Al Gore Accuser Looking to Sell Story of Alleged Sexual Abuse for $1 Million

Jun 25, 2010  •  Post A Comment

The massage therapist who has claimed former vice president Al Gore sexual abused her is seeking $1 million to reveal her identity and more details of Gore’s alleged behavior, reports the New York Post’s Page Six

The woman’s attorney is shopping her story among media outlets, the story adds. She plans on using the pants she wore the night of the alleged incident as proof, which the story says is supposedly stained with Gore’s DNA and locked in a bank safety-deposit box. Gore’s spokeswoman didn’t immediately respond to article’s request for comment.

As reported yesterday, the masseuse claims Gore subjected her to unwanted sexual touching during a $540 massage session in 2006.



  1. Give me a break. Unless the DNA is love-ink, it doesn’t mean anything. And that is why the police dropped the case after a full investigation. Just like Ben Rothlisberger and Kobie Bryant, these cases can’t be proved without witnesses and there are never any around. She has no credibility when she makes a claim like this.

  2. “Holding on to anything is like holding on to your breath. You will suffocate. The only way to get anything in the physical universe is by letting go of it. Let go & it will be yours forever”. – Deepak Chopra

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