More bad news for ex-Vice President Al Gore is on the way in the form of a new report from The National Enquirer, which claims the politician was accused of sexually abusing a massage therapist in Oregon in 2006, RadarOnline.com has learned.
The therapist, a 54-year-old Portland, Oregon native described as "gorgeous," said via her attorney that she wants $1 million from any media outlet willing to buy exclusive details of her story. She told the Enquirer that Gore's October 2006 attack had left her with a mysterious physical condition, and that he left a evidence behind -- a pair of pants with DNA evidence.
Portland police prepared a document marked “Confidential Special Report” and it noted Gore had been accused of initiating "unwanted sexual contact" at "a local, upscale hotel" with the woman, and classified the alleged incident as a possible Sex Abuse III crime, which experts said could indicate when a person subjects another person to sexual contact without consent, or if the victim is under 18 (clearly not the case here).
The woman came forward after the shocking June 1 announcement that Gore and his wife of 40 years Tipper have separated, and will be getting divorced.
The police report notes that the woman’s attorney contacted the FBI and other law enforcement agencies, which did not investigate the incident. The woman also canceled several appointments with the Portland police, who were told the matter was going to land in civil court.
But now the woman, whose name is not revealed, has surfaced three and a half years later with an attorney and is asking for $1 million to sell the details of her story.