Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Al Gore Sex Scandal? Oregon Masseuse Claims Assault by Al Gore?

Oregon's District Attorney, Michael D. Schrunk, says there is the "possibility of a criminal prosecution" of Al Gore:  Update: August 1, 2010: Whatever acts of sexual harassment Al Gore committed, they are not "appropriate for criminal prosecution," according to ABC News. See more below.

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ENQUIRER WORLD EXCLUSIVE: AL GORE has been accused of sexually attacking a masseuse in Portland, Oregon - and is named in the official police report about the alleged assault, The ENQUIRER has learned exclusively!
The bombshell story will appear in the new issue of The ENQUIRER and will include the secret police documents, a photo of the woman making the stunning charges and will reveal the shocking details about the pants she saved as evidence!

Our investigative team uncovered the amazing story just weeks after the former Vice President announced that he and wife TIPPER were ending their 40-year marriage - amidst reports she suspected her husband was involved with "a gorgeous massage therapist."
We have verified the 62-year-old former VP was in Portland at the time of the alleged incident - Oct. 24, 2006 - and we saw the $540 massage bill. updated 6:51 PM on 6/23/10 by the National Enquirer
Fox is just now reporting that the massage therapist charged that Gore "touched her inappropriately." The woman is 54 years old. At the time, she reported the incident to the police but did not want to press charges. Then the woman came back some time later with the clothing she was wearing at the time.

Death by 1000 Papercuts (DBKP) says Al Gore used the name Mr. Stone when he purchased the woman's services in a Portland, OR hotel in 2006 reports this:
The print edition of the Enquirer has much more–including a facsimile of the police document “Police Bureau Special Report” that named Mr. STONE aka GORE, AL, Former Vice President of the United States of America with the possible charge being ‘Sex Abuse III.”
The report says the incident occurred on October 24, 2006 and was signed by a police detective C.M. Waddell.
The Enquirer also reports that the woman in question saved her pants and the DNA on them as evidence.
Mr. Gore is certainly receiving publicity these days. Stay tuned.

Update 6-24-10:
The Smoking Gun via DrudgeReport:

JUNE 24--In a bizarre statement to police, the Oregon woman who claims that Al Gore fondled and groped her during a massage session described the former Vice President as a giggling "crazed sex poodle" who gave a "come hither" look before pouncing on her in a Portland hotel suite. 

In a taped January 2009 interview with cops, the 54-year-old woman, a licensed masseuse whose name has been redacted from police records, read from a lengthy prepared statement that detailed her alleged October 2006 encounter with Gore at the Hotel Lucia.

It is unclear why, two years later, she approached Portland police and sought to memorialize her allegations against Gore, who she portrayed as a tipsy, handsy predator who forced her to drink Grand Marnier, pinned her to a bed, and forcibly French kissed her. 

The woman's statement--which could be mistaken for R-rated Vice Presidential fan fiction--describes Gore as a man with a "violent temper as well as extremely dictatorial commanding attitude besides his Mr. Smiley Global Warming concern persona." 

After fleeing Gore's suite, the woman returned home to discover, a la Lewinsky, "stains on the front of my black slacks." Suspecting that the stains were Gore bodily fluids, the woman made sure not to clean them. "I carefully hung them up and decided to be sure not to launder them until I knew more what to do with what had happened.

"I did not want to be labeled a gold digger like the women in this situation are often labeled." The woman recently eased off this principled stand when she offered to sell her story to the National Enquirer for $1 million.

CLICK HERE to download the Portland Police Bureau's file on the charges against Gore.

Update August 1, 2010:
More from ABC News:

 Rees noted that Hagerty sold her story to the National Enquirerfailed a polygraph test, thanked the hotel management two days after the alleged incident for sending business her way and "has not provided as repeatedly requested medical records she claims are related to the case."
Rees concludes, "This case is not appropriate for criminal prosecution. The matter is closed and the investigative materials will be returned to PPB [the Portland Police Bureau]."

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