The massage therapist at the center of sex assault allegations against Al Gore told police of her terror as the former vice president mauled her in a Portland hotel room, it emerged late Wednesday. A copy of her lengthy police statement on the ordeal was obtained by Oregon media websites including KVAL. In it, the woman tells how Gore greeted her at the door of his room at the Hotel Lucia for the 11 p.
Inmassage therapist Molly Hagerty went to the Portland, Ore. She had gone to Portland Police three years earlier, but abruptly stopped cooperating with the investigation. Then, without a clear explanation, she returned and gave a full account to investigators.
It sure seems that way. This week, when two women emerged out of the woodwork to accuse Donald Trump, without offering any hard evidence, of sexually mauling them decades ago, the Times decided this was a huge story, possibly too good to check, as the saying goes. Neither woman offered any hard evidence they even knew Trump or their paths ever crossed; nor did they file police reports when these incidents supposedly occurred.
An extra review is needed because detectives looking into the matter last year failed to notify high-ranking officials of their decision to drop the case, police said. A massage therapist to the stars has accused the former vice president of repeatedly groping and kissing her during an October late-night, alcohol-fueled attack in a posh Hotel Lucia suite. Gore denies the allegations. Detectives investigated the claims in and but decided not to pursue the case amid a lack of cooperation and erratic behavior by the accuser.
Former Vice President Al Gore has been hit by new allegations of sexual assault. This time, it's two more massage therapists bringing the charges. The former VP is already in hot water, fighting abuse claims in Portland, where another masseuse said Gore groped her in '06 and asked her to perform a "chakra release" massage-speak for "hand job".
A masseuse in Oregon alleges Gore forced sexual advances on her following a massage in his hotel room. An Oregon masseuse filed a complaint last year accusing Al Gore of sexual abuse following a nearly three-hour massage session at an upscale Portland hotel inreports the Portland Oregonian. The alleged incident took place at the Hotel Lucia Oct.
The woman claims that the advances happened at a hotel during an October visit, but no charges were filed due to lack of evidence, law officials have said. An attorney representing the woman contacted police in latesaid Michael Schrunk, Multnomah County District Attorney. Mr Schrunk said the woman — who has not been identified — refused to be interviewed by detectives and did not want the investigation to proceed.
The unidentified year-old woman gave police a detailed account of her claims that Mr Gore groped and kissed her in an aggressive attempt to have sex during a night-time appointment in his suite. The woman, who recalled telling Mr Gore he was behaving like a "crazed sex poodle", claims he pinned her to his bed and forcibly French kissed her. Mr Gore, 62, was staying in an expensive hotel in Portland in October while delivering a speech about climate change in October of that year had registered as "Mr Stone".
Police in Portland, Oregon, have for a third time opened an investigation into allegations that the former US vice-president, Al Goresexually assaulted a massage therapist in a hotel room. Detectives declined to say why they had reopened the inquiry into claims that Gore made unwanted sexual advances during the course of a routine massage session in October But the decision to reopen the case comes weeks after the tabloid magazine the National Enquirer went public with details of the woman's original complaint.
Former Vice President Al Gore did not commit acts of sexual harassment "appropriate for criminal prosecution," according to office of the district attorney of Portland, Oregon, which has been investigating allegations that Gore made unwanted advances to a masseuse at a Portland hotel in An Oregon woman, Molly Hagertyclaimed that Gore propositioned her and tried to hug her when she came to his hotel room to give him a massage. Schrunk, wrote that Hagerty gave no indication afterwards that she was upset, as she later claimed.