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.
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.
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?