Al Gore 'abuse' masseuse 'wants to sell her story for $1m'

      The masseuse who accused Al Gore of being a 'crazed sex poodle' is ready to sell her story for 1 million dollars. According to sources, she intends to use the pants supposedly stained with Gore's DNA and stored in a bank safety-deposit box as evidence against him. "She's ready to come forward and sell the story with even more salacious details. But she wants 1 million dollars. Her attorney is shopping for a deal, and while there are many media outlets interested, there are negotiations going on because the price tag is way too high," the New York Post quoted a source as saying. According to the woman's statement, Gore "began to demand that I go lower . . . It appeared that he was demanding sexual favours or sexual behaviours." She alleged, "He grabbed my right hand hard, shoved it down under the sheet to his pubic-hair area . . . and said to me, 'There!' in a very sharp, loud, angry-sounding tone." However, the police have dropped the charges in wake of insufficient evidence.

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