Al Gore Accused Of Rape: Another Inconvenient Truth?

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Al Gore, a U.S. former vice-president and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, gestures during his lecture on climate change inside a mall in Manila June 8, 2010. Al Gore arrived in the capital on Tuesday to deliver lecture on climate change, part of the world's environment day celebration. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The National Enquirer is reporting that a masseuse in Portland Oregon accused former Vice President Al Gore of sexual assault back in 2006 and although he was never charged with a crime, the Enquirer plans to release the story in its next issue.

The 54 year old accuser says the attack happened at a local upscale hotel. Apparently, Gore was in Portland at the time and a $540 massage bill has been obtained. There are secret police documents, a photo of the accuser and the pants she saved as evidence. The Enquirer is not releasing the woman’s name because she is potentially a sex assault victim.  Wouldn’t she have to put a face to the accusations if she is getting paid to broadcasting the incident? Why are the allegations of “unwanted sexual contact” against by Al Gore coming out now after four years and no charges?

The Gore’s announced the end of their 40 year marriage mere weeks ago and while the reasons remain a secret, it is rumored that a gorgeous masseuse is behind it. Does Gore have a thing for massage therapist or is this just another attempt to sell magazines?

This isn’t the first accusation coming at Gore. He has also been accused of having a two year affair with Larry David’s ex-wife Laurie, a producer on his Academy Award winning documentary  An Inconvenient Truth. Larry David is the creator of Seinfield and Curb Your Enthusiasm.

 

 

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I am a divorced mother of two adult children that apparently attracts much younger men. I am a Denver native, college educated, well traveled and not keen on people that say one thing but do another.

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