She called him a "crazed sex poodle" and tried to distract him, pointing out a box of Moonstruck chocolates on a nearby table. He went for the chocolates and then offered her some, cornering her, fondling her and shoving his tongue in her mouth to french kiss as he pressed against her.The woman said Gore had been drinking when she arrived for his late-night massage, but she wasn't certain that he was drunk. According to the police report, the woman claimed Gore grabbed her hand while she was massaging him and placed it on his genitals. Gore's spokesperson declined to comment on the woman's accusations. The police report says that Gore repeatedly cancelled appointments with police to be interviewed about her allegations, telling them at one point the matter would be handled civilly. No criminal charges were ever brought in the case. It is unclear whether Gore reached a settlement with the woman to avoid a civil lawsuit. Gore and his long-time wife, Tipper, announced earlier this month that they had separated and planned to divorce. The Portland Tribune obtained a copy of the police report three years ago, but it decided against doing a story on it.
She said he tried to pull her camisole strap down.
She said she told him to stop it. "I was distressed, shocked and terrified."
She said she was intimidated by his physical size, calling him "rotund," described his "violent temper, dictatorial, commanding attitude" -- what she termed a contrast from his "Mr. Smiley global-warming concern persona."
Later, she said, he tried to lure her into the bedroom to hear pop star Pink's "Dear Mr. President" on his iPod dock. She said Gore sat on one end of the bed and motioned for her to join him.
Suddenly, she said, he "flipped me on my back, threw his whole body face down over a top me, pinning me down."
She said she loudly protested, "Get off me, you big lummox!"
The therapist said she injured her left leg and knee and sought medical care for several months.
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Al Gore No Different Than Bill Clinton
An Oregon massage therapist's shocking allegations of sexual misconduct by Al Gore during his massage session in 2006 in his hotel room at Portland's Hotel Lucia suggests Bill Clinton ain't got nothing on Al Gore when it comes to being a sexual predator. The National Enquirer first broke the story, which has subsequently been confirmed by other media by the district attorney and as evidenced by the police report filed in the case. The story she later told to Portland police, contained in a police report, included detailed descriptions of Gore's boorish behavior and accusations of sexual transgressions by him against the woman while he was dressed in a bathrobe and nothing more: