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Former Vice President Al Gore may have lost the 2000 presidential election to George W. Bush, and may be unable to defeat climate change all by himself.

But at least he thwarted Molly Hagerty.

Al Gore Sexual Assault

Gore was cleared of a massage therapist's sexual abuse allegations due to "lack of credible evidence" in the case, Portland, Ore., prosecutors said Friday.

The Multnomah County D.A.'s office decided that a "sustainable criminal case does not exist" after re-examining sexual assault claims by Molly Hagerty.

The masseuse said Gore made "unwanted sexual contact" with her during a massage at his hotel in 2006. The National Enquirer recently broke the story.

Later, two new accusers made similar claims.

DO NOT MESS WITH AL GORE.

Prosecutors declined to pursue the case against Al Gore after interviewing witnesses who were at the hotel and since Hagerty failed a polygraph test.

The D.A.'s office also said that "forensic testing" disputed her accusations. It's not clear what types of tests were conducted and on what evidence.

We're guessing the supposedly soiled pants of his ... Gross.

"Mr. Gore unequivocally and emphatically denied this accusation when he first learned of its existence three years ago," spokeswoman Kalee Kreider said.

"He respects and appreciates the thorough and professional work of the Portland authorities and is pleased that this matter has now been resolved."

Authorities reportedly questioned Gore personally last week.

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Al Gore was questioned last week by Portland police, who just re-opened a 2006 case involving a massage therapist's sexually abuse claims against him.

The former Vice President, who has emphatically denied the allegations, met Thursday with detectives in San Francisco, Portland TV station KATU reports.

A spokesperson for Gore declined to comment on the case, which became public last month when the accuser revealed all the graphic, hilarious details.

Molly Hagerty alleges Gore demanded sexual favors and made "unwanted sexual contact" with her during a massage in his Portland, Ore., hotel room.

Portland police had filed a "special report" in January 2007, recording the massage therapist's claims that Al Gore grabbed and groped her that night.

Molly Hagerty Picture

The woman went public in a June 23 National Enquirer story and held up "soiled" pants purportedly containing Al Gore DNA for the magazine's cover.

Yech.

By July 1, the Portland Police Bureau reopened its sexual assault investigation into Al Gore, who also faces similar claims from two new accusers.

The investigation resumed after detectives looking into the alleged incident last year failed to tell high-ranking officials that they were dropping the case.

Al and his wife Tipper Gore, split in June after 40 years of marriage.

Tipper does not believe Hagerty, however, and has stood by Al, saying she knew about the allegations and that they played no role in their separation.

What do you think? Did Al Gore maul the masseuse?

 

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We reported her accusations in graphic detail last week, but Molly Hagerty, Al Gore's sexual assault accuser, faces myriad questions about her credibility.

Namely, that she went shopping her story for money years after the fact.

Al Gore Sexual Assault

Police in Portland, Ore., announced that they are reopening the investigation into allegations of sexual abuse against former the former Vice President.

The accusation of unwanted sexual contact came from massage therapist Molly Hagerty, who was called to his hotel room at 4 a.m. on Oct. 24, 2006.

Gore says he received a massage, but denies acting inappropriately. Hagerty says that he repeatedly forced himself upon her, despite her objections.

He was never charged and the case was dropped due to insufficient evidence. It's being reviewed, but there are reasons to be suspicious of Hagerty:

Why didn't she just leave?

She said she feared she would be raped, a somewhat dubious claim in itself, or "accosted by some security detail," when Gore had no detail that night.

Why did she wait weeks to make her initial complaint to police?

Hagerty waited six weeks to mention this, but she contends she told her friends immediately, and police may be interested in interviewing those people.

Why did she cancel interviews with police regarding the case?

Hagerty nixed three interviews with detectives about her criminal complaint. Three years later, Hagerty changed her mind again and decided to pursue it.

Did she receive money to tell her story?

The million-dollar question, possibly literally. Hagerty has twice been interviewed by the National Enquirer, which unabashedly and routinely pays sources.

As the Rielle Hunter-John Edwards and Tiger Woods-Rachel Uchitel scandals prove, that doesn't mean they lie. But it does make you question motive.

Do you believe Al Gore sexually abused Molly Hagerty?

 

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Portland police will reopen their investigation into Al Gore and allegations that the former V.P. sexually abused a massage therapist named Molly Hagerty.

Guy hasn't felt the heat like this since November 2000!

Al Gore Sexual Assault

The 2006 claims by Molly Hagerty did not lead to charges. Officials also may have briefly re-examined the case last year, resulting in recent media leaks.

Just last week, police said the matter wasn't investigated further due to "insufficient evidence to support the allegations" and the accuser was uncooperative.

They were not specific about why they were taking another look at it this time, but Hagerty has since gone public with her claims against the politician.

She told the National Enquirer in graphic detail about the awful night Al Gore sexually abused her, allegedly, in his hotel room after paying for a massage.

GORE-Y DETAILS: More are sure to come for Al.

A week after the inconvenient rumor first surfaced that Al Gore faced allegations of sexual assault, the former Veep issued a strongly worded denial Wednesday.

Confident that he will be exonerated, his camp says "Further investigation into this matter will only benefit Mr. Gore," according to spokesperson Kalee Kreider.

"[Gore] cannot comment on every defamatory, misleading, inaccurate story generated by tabloids. Mr. Gore unequivocally and emphatically denied this accusation when he first learned of its existence three years ago. He stands by that denial."

The Enquirer, which has blown the lid off the Tiger Woods and John Edwards cheating scandals, was the first to report on the masseuse's statement to the police last year regarding the alleged abuse at a luxury hotel in October 2006.

Molly Hagerty was reportedly considering suing the 62-year-old Gore before approaching the celebrity gossip publication, asking for $1 million for her story.

It's unclear if she was paid that, but the Enquirer is unabashed about doing so for solid intel and, as Edwards' scandal proved, it doesn't mean it's not true.

What do you think? Do you believe Molly Hagerty?

 

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Al Gore's sexual assault accuser has been revealed, and Molly Hagerty says she has evidence to support her claim that the former V.P. is a pervert fiending for tail.

Molly, the Portland masseuse who made sexual assault accusations against Gore in 2006, tells the National Enquirer, "Al Gore is a pervert and sexual predator."

Moreover, "He's not what people think he is - he's a sick man!"

The story broke last week, with Molly Hagerty's name withheld a a possible sex crime victim. Gore was not charged in 2006 or 2009, when the case was reopened.

It's unclear why police took another look at this just last year for an alleged incident years earlier, but in any case, Hagerty is ready to go public - and tell all.

Molly Hagerty Picture

HER STAINED PANTS: Yep, that's Molly Hagerty with them. Yech.

She already described Al Gore's nasty moves in the bedroom ... or at least when trying to get her into the bedroom. Now she's seeking justice, no matter the cost.

It's been a rough month for the 2000 Democratic presidential candidate, who split with wife Tipper and also battled rumors that he had an affair with Laurie David.

Demanding police launch a full investigation, Hagerty says, "I want justice served," claiming to have a key witness, secret surveillance footage and ... DNA evidence.

We're guessing said evidence would be the pants she's holding in the pic above. The image of Al Gore making that stain may be seared into our brains forever.

Thanks a lot, Molly Hagerty. VOTE: Do you believe her?