Skip to comments.Sex complaint against Gore is detailed, credible
Posted on 06/30/2010 6:30:46 AM PDT by safetysign
The allegation that Al Gore sexually assaulted a woman in a Portland, Ore., hotel room nearly four years ago has dealt a serious blow to the former vice president's story that he and wife Tipper simply "grew apart" after 40 years of marriage.
The police report of the masseuse's complaint is 73 pages long and extremely detailed. According to the document, she got a call from the front desk of the trendy Hotel Lucia on the night of Oct. 24, 2006. The hotel had a special guest. Could she come at 10:30 p.m.?
She went to Gore's room carrying a folding massage table and other equipment. Gore, whom she had never met, greeted her with a warm embrace. "The hug went on a bit long, and I was taken just a bit aback by it," the masseuse told police. But she went along because Gore "was a VIP and a powerful individual and the Hotel Lucia had made it clear to me by inference that they were giving him 'the royal treatment.'"
Gore said he was tired from travel and described in detail the massage he wanted. It included work on the adductor muscles, which are on the inside of the thighs. "I mentally noted that a request for adductor work is a bit unusual," the masseuse told police, because it can be "a precursor to inappropriate behavior by a male client."
Gore also requested work on his abdomen. When that began, "He became somewhat vocal with muffled moans, etc.," the masseuse recounted. Gore then "demand[ed] that I go lower." When she remained focused on a "safe, nonsexual" area, Gore grew "angry, becoming verbally sharp and loud."
The masseuse asked Gore what he wanted. "He grabbed my right hand, shoved it down under the sheet to his pubic hair area, my fingers brushing against his penis," she recalled, "and said to me, 'There!' in a very sharp, loud, angry-sounding tone." When she pulled back, Gore "angrily raged" and "bellowed" at her.
Then, abruptly, the former vice president changed tone. It was "as though he had very suddenly switched personalities," she recalled, "and began in a pleading tone, pleading for release of his second chakra there."
"Chakra," in Gore's new-agey jargon, refers to the body's "energy centers," which the masseuse interpreted as having a specific meaning. "This was yet another euphemism for sexual activity he was requesting," she told police, "put cleverly as though it were a spiritual request or something."
She wanted to end the session, but Gore "wrapped me in an inescapable embrace" and "caressed my back and buttocks and breasts." She tried to get away -- in the process calling Gore a "crazed sex poodle" -- but the former vice president was too strong for her.
A little later, she said, Gore produced a bottle of brandy and mentioned there were condoms in the "treat box" provided by the hotel. "He then forced an open mouth kiss on me," she said.
At that moment, the masseuse brought up Gore's long marriage. "How do you rectify this with your wife?" she asked. That brought on another "quick shift" in Gore's mood. "I never saw anybody's moods just go like this," the masseuse told police, snapping her fingers.
The accuser said Gore maneuvered her into the bedroom. His iPod docking station was there, he told her, and he wanted her to listen to "Dear Mr. President," a lachrymose attack on George W. Bush by the singer Pink.
"As soon as he had it playing, he turned to me and immediately flipped me flat on my back and threw his whole body face down over atop of me," she said. "I was just shocked at his craziness."
"He pleaded, grabbed me, engulfed me in embrace, tongue kissed me, massaged me, groped by breasts and painfully squeezed my nipples through my clothing, pressed his pelvis against mine, rubbed my buttocks with his hands and fingers and rubbed himself against my crotch, saying, 'You know you want to do it.'"
Finally she got away. Later, she talked to friends, liberals like herself, who advised against telling police. One asked her "to just suck it up; otherwise, the world's going to be destroyed from global warming."
She got a lawyer and made an appointment to talk with authorities. She canceled and did not tell police until January 2009 and even then did not press charges.
In 2007, a Portland paper learned what had happened. Gore's lawyers called the story "absolutely false," and it wasn't published.
Now the National Enquirer has made the police report public. And Gore's family-man image will never be the same.
Mood changes? Recall his Bush betrayed America speech, he went nuts. This Divinity/Law School dropout has a mental problem.
He sounds insane.
Gee, an inconvenient truth?
I guess “second chakra” is new age speak for “third base”....
Apparently Al learned a lot more from Bill Clinton than I thought.
I’m Al Gore. I used to be the next impeachable lecher of the United States.
I'll bet he couldn't pass a drug test if his chakra was on the line.
Someone need to GET A HAIR SAMPLE ! !
I heard that's a real long-term test for some drugs, don't know which.
SUBPOENA the sumbitch mofo POS!
Whatever ill fortunes beset Al Gore, I imagine he’s earned them.
But this happened in 2006? The woman lawyered up but didn’t tell police until 2009? So what was going on for those nearly three years? Indecision? Or was she trying to get paid?
Anyone listening to algore speak, with each excruciatingly carefully chosen word and stilted sentences, has known for years of his mental problems.
The pig makes me sick.
She took one for the Global Warming cause.
She's obviously not a keen observer of national politics.
I don’t know how you did that video screen grab, but if you can post one of the Poodle steaming mad I’d save it and use it often.
Obviously Al was busy taking notes from the Horndog In Chief during his stint as veep.
I can’t take credit, I grabbed it from here on FR!
arrest him and let the jury decide.
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