An Oregon massage therapist's claim of "unwanted sexual contact" by former Vice President Al Gore has been dismissed by authorities, citing lack of evidence.
The Multnomah County District Attorney's office said it would not pursue the Al Gore sexual assault claim, but not before the police report was leaked online.
The woman originally claimed Gore “moaned, groaned and moved” like a “crazed sex poodle” and delivered a “come hither” stare ... you may vomit on cue.
The alleged victim told detectives Gore attempted a “big tongue kiss,” “caressed” her “back and buttocks and breasts” and “shoved” her hand ... you know.
Gore, who recently split from wife Tipper after 40 years of marriage, fed her chocolate and attempted to coerce her to the bedroom to listen to a Pink song.
The National Enquirer broke the story of the woman's alleged Al Gore sex attack, which she reported four years ago and police revisited last year. He was not charged.
But police, for reasons unknown, investigated the case further in 2009. According to the masseuse, it began as Gore booked a massage, saying "Call me Al."
On her arrival at Portland’s up-market Hotel Lucia, Al stretched out his arms to wrap her into an embrace before purposefully dimming the lights, she said.
“It was apparent from the beginning he had been drinking,” she claimed. “The hug went on a bit too long and I was a bit taken aback by it. If it weren’t Al Gore I would have seriously questioned the situation right there."
In police documents, which identify “Mr. Stone aka Gore, Al” as the person of interest, the woman claims Gore said he wanted his inner thigh worked on.
“I was taught that a massage of the adductors could cause an involuntary erection,” she said, later, for some reason, adding, “I even voted for him in the last election, although in truth I was more accurately voting against Bush.”