Man who allegedly battered Alabama mayor with baseball bat cites 3 sex tapes in divorce case, records show BY Laurie Hanna NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Thursday, August 20, 2015, 6:02 AM A A A Share this URL Previous Next Enlarge The man charged with beating an Alabama mayor in a sex scandal claims his wife was caught engaging in an extramarital affair on camera three times, court records state. Benny Green, 71, allegedly battered 74-year-old Talladega mayor Larry Barton with a baseball bat and accused his former friend of having an affair with his wife Charlotte Green. Court records have shown that Green’s attorney is in possession of three videos showing his soon-to-be-ex wife in a passionate clinch with another man. The video was allegedly captured in a back room of the couple's liquor store over three days in December 2013, according to AL.com Benny Green’s former divorce attorney, Stewart Springer, told The Daily Home that here is no question that it is Barton on the tapes. Vestavia Hills Police Department Benny Green, the 71-year-old who allegedly attacked Barton, claims the politician was having an affair with his wife. However, Barton denied the affair and existence of a sex tape earlier this week. Court documents filed in the Greens' divorce case reveal Benny’s lawyer sent Charlotte's attorney a "CD/DVD" of three separate videos containing 34 minutes of footage. "Cumulatively, these videos show the Defendant/Wife engaging in sexual conduct … with an individual who is not the Plaintiff/Husband in the back office of the liquor store jointly owned by the parties herein,” the document states. Green originally filed for divorce on May 20, 2013, citing an "irretrievable breakdown of the marriage." Senior citizen Barton was left black and blue after the violent surprise attack on Saturday August 8 and claims he only survived by fighting back from the driver’s seat of his car. "I was able to kick him twice — hard," Barton told AL.com. "He fell on the ground." Green has been charged with first degree assault after the allleged beating, which came as Barton arrived for a part-time job at a barber shop. YouTube Barton and Green (seen together on "In the Interest of the People") used to be friends.