Enquirer: Al Gore sexually attacked a masseuse in 2006


The National Enquirer and Star Magazine seem hellbent on giving Al Gore some kind of sexy scandal in the wake of his split from Tipper. First, the Enquirer ran a blow-by-blow (ha) account of all of the women Al might have been boning throughout the years, including some massage therapist in Washington, D.C. Then Star Magazine openly theorized that Al was boning Laurie David, Larry David’s ex-wife. Laurie later denied that sh-t, and I kind of believe her, just because she seems like a hottie living it up with younger, hotter men. Anyway, this week’s Enquirer cover story is once again devoted to trying to make a Gore sex scandal happen – and this time they allegedly have proof that Al “sexually attacked” a masseuse in Portland, Oregon:

ENQUIRER WORLD EXCLUSIVE: AL GORE has been accused of sexually attacking a masseuse in Portland, Oregon – and is named in the official police report about the alleged assault, The ENQUIRER has learned exclusively!

The bombshell story will appear in the new issue of The ENQUIRER and will include the secret police documents, a photo of the woman making the stunning charges and will reveal the shocking details about the pants she saved as evidence!

Our investigative team uncovered the amazing story just weeks after the former Vice President announced that he and wife TIPPER were ending their 40-year marriage – amidst reports she suspected her husband was involved with “a gorgeous massage therapist.”

We have verified the 62-year-old former VP was in Portland at the time of the alleged incident – Oct. 24, 2006 – and we saw the $540 massage bill.

No criminal charges were brought against Gore, but the Portland police prepared a document marked “Confidential Special Report” – which records the explosive allegations of “unwanted sexual contact” by Al Gore “at a local upscale hotel.”

The ENQUIRER is withholding the name of the 54-year-old woman making the stunning accusations because she is potentially a sex-crime victim.

[From The National Enquirer]

It’s not funny, at all. I know that. But I did chuckle involuntarily at “the shocking details about the pants she saved as evidence!” Bad Kaiser. Bad, bad, bad. Now, if there was a police report and it’s for real and everything, there could totally be something there. But the story about the massage therapist that the Enquirer did a few weeks ago was about a woman in Washington, and Al was allegedly going to her repeatedly, and it was a consistent affair, allegedly. Something like that. So this sounds like something totally different. Also, if this happened in 2006, why are we only hearing about it now? And what the hell did Al do to this poor woman’s pants?

Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore delivers a speech at the Montreal Millennium Summit April 22, 2010. Government leaders, academics and heads of humanitarian groups will gather at the annual summit aimed at combating environmental, health and social issues. REUTERS/Shaun Best (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)

Al Gore, a U.S. former vice-president and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, gestures during his lecture on climate change inside a mall in Manila June 8, 2010. Al Gore arrived in the capital on Tuesday to deliver lecture on climate change, part of the world's environment day celebration. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)

Former U.S. Vice-president Al Gore reaches to kiss his wife Tipper after speaking at the Democratic National Convention in Boston in this July 26, 2004 file photo. Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore and his wife, Tipper, have announced their separation after 40 years of marriage, according to media reports on June 1, 2010. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: PROFILE POLITICS)

Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore (L) and his wife Tipper leave after holding a news conference in Palo Alto, California after winning the Nobel Peace Prize in this October 12, 2007 file photo. Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore and his wife, Tipper, have announced their separation after 40 years of marriage, according to media reports on June 1, 2010. REUTERS/Kimberly White/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS PROFILE)

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  1. Fluffy Kitten Tail says:

    He is no different than any other cheating man out there. Just because he was a VP once upon a time, does not make him a nice guy.

    I mean, please the man is a liar “I invented the internet”.

    Can’t trust a thing he says.

  2. k says:

    I don’t find this story unbelievable, but it’s hard to reconcile it with the way he reacted to Clinton’s bad behavior.

  3. YT says:

    Probably total BS. I’m not interested in Al’s private life anyway.

  4. gabs says:

    why cant people accept a divorce without some big scandal? This is so fake. if it was in 2006 why now? you know? I did laugh too when i read the pants part. dont feel bad

  5. Maritza says:

    Wow! No wonder Tipper left him! She knew this scandal would blow up in his face pretty soon. Of all the tabloids out there, The Enquirer is accurate most of the time anyway.

  6. masonwasp says:

    This man has always seemed like an opportunistic douche to me.

  7. Anya says:

    No, the National Enquirer is certainly NOT ACCURATE most of the time, it is usually lying and 100% wrong just like it sister tabloid Star unless it has paid for stolen medical records for which people get sent to jail. Nat Enq broke John Edwards tale only after other media and tabloids had decided not to print it. Nat Enq is a slimy piece of total crap which freely admits it usually lies. Anyone who believes Nat Enq is accurate is delusional.

  8. denise says:

    So glad to see the truth coming out on these crooked politicians.

  9. Anya says:

    Most accurate is that They were married a very long time, kids are grown up, have vastly different interests in life, wanted some happiness. That’s all. Nat Enq doesn’t know squat.

  10. denise says:

    I guess the global warming was only happening in his pants. Shame on you Al.

  11. GatsbyGal says:

    I’m not buying this at all. Al Gore attacking someone seems untrue enough, but sexually? Come on, look at the guy. He’s like a human piece of cookie dough. There’s no way.

  12. Tess says:


    So maybe this is the result of Gorebal Warming.

    Jabba The Hutt’s precious bodily fluids preserved—-possibly for display at the Clinton Presidential Library and Massage Parlor.

  13. snowball says:


    She was doing her usual massage, he got a little excited and started leaking and when he turned over, the towel slipped and he left a snail trail on her pants. Sexual abuse/assault doesn’t have to be more than exposing yourself and of course, any tab would blow it up into an “ATTACK!”

    I doubt it’s more than that, although I would need some brain bleach for it.

    What I want to know is why people keep clothes after crap like this happens. The first thing I’d do is burn them.

  14. Lady LaLa says:

    Happy ending? Maybe not

  15. Rosanna says:

    I didn’t think this man had the stamina to attack anyone *chuckle*

  16. Praise St. Angie! says:

    “Al Gore” and “sex attack” do NOT belong in the same headline. ew. just…ew.

    but hey, look on the bright side. at least this story pushed the usual “Brad leaves Angie!” story to the upper corner!

  17. Gwen says:

    @ Fluffy Kitten Tail – it hasn’t been proven yet that he cheated with anyone, so it’s a little early to judge, no? And if you believe that old lie about him claiming to have ‘invented the internet’ you’ll believe anything.

  18. The Bobster says:

    “And what the hell did Al do to this poor woman’s pants?”

    The same thing Beelzebubba did to Monica’s blue dress?

  19. Cinderella says:

    I suppose the pants were from GAP.

  20. alexandra says:

    @Fluffy Kitten Tail You are ignorant because you believe what you hear. Take the initiative to learn. Nothing in the world is more dangerous than a sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity

    In fact, Gore said he “took the initiative in creating the Internet” while in Congress. During the March 9, 1999, interview on CNN’s Late Edition with Wolf Blitzer that gave rise to the myth — Rove sources his false claim to the CNN interview — Gore said, “During my service in the United States Congress, I took the initiative in creating the Internet.” Blitzer set the record straight on the July 6, 2008, edition of CNN’s Reliable Sources, stating that Gore “never said, ‘I invented the Internet.’ “

  21. original kate says:

    the correct term is massage therapist, not “masseuse.” massage therpists go to school for about a year and take a very difficult exam before getting a license to practice. they also have to take continuing ed. classes. i know because i am a licensed massage therapist, and i hate the term “masseuse,” which sounds vaguely like a prostitute. licensed massage often includes medical treatment for injuries, so it is about as sexy as physical therapy. in other words, happy endings are simply a pathetic fantasy.

  22. Kim says:

    Maybe she gave him happy ending all the while knowing she was going to take the pants with his “evidence” and say he assaulted her? or maybe he is guilty – he is a freak!

  23. denise says:


    Uh your point is not a good one. Al says he took the initiative in creating the internet, is basically the same as saying I created the internet. (or at least that because of him the internet was created) Any-who same thing just different wording.

  24. alexandra says:

    @denise Are you for real?

    Internet pioneers Vint Cerf and Bob Kahn have also noted that, “as far back as the 1970s, Congressman Gore promoted the idea of high speed telecommunications as an engine for both economic growth and the improvement of our educational system. He was the first elected official to grasp the potential of computer communications to have a broader impact than just improving the conduct of science and scholarship [...] the Internet, as we know it today, was not deployed until 1983. When the Internet was still in the early stages of its deployment, Congressman Gore provided intellectual leadership by helping create the vision of the potential benefits of high speed computing and communication. As an example, he sponsored hearings on how advanced technologies might be put to use in areas like coordinating the response of government agencies to natural disasters and other crises.”[51]

    As a Senator, Gore began to craft the High Performance Computing and Communication Act of 1991 (commonly referred to as “The Gore Bill”) after hearing the 1988 report Toward a National Research Network submitted to Congress by a group chaired by UCLA professor of computer science, Leonard Kleinrock, one of the central creators of the ARPANET (the ARPANET, first deployed by Kleinrock and others in 1969, is the predecessor of the Internet).[52][53][54] The bill was passed on December 9, 1991 and led to the National Information Infrastructure (NII) which Gore referred to as the “information superhighway.”[55]

  25. Trillion says:

    Original Kate: Exactly. At least the Enquirer got it right!
    And Denise: There is a huge difference between stating that you helped initiate the creation of the internet and claiming to have actually created it. Big difference. Gore was a major player in getting congress funding for it back in the 80′s.
    He never once said he created the internet. That snow job has lasted this long?

  26. AlGoreWhore says:

    Haha! The Enquirer rocks! They’ve done it again! Pulitzer Prize #2? The leftist media will not do it’s job so we are now left with Enquirer & Star for news. There must’ve been 100s of “reporters” over the years who sat on this. Sick.

    Al is just the next sleezeball to be outed. First John Edwards & now Algore. This is just too good. And this brave woman. How disgusting and gross Big Al must have been. Gag!!

    Most of you need to put down the green kool-aid. Armand Hammer’s guilt-ridden grandson has again been exposed (pun intended) as a fraud.

  27. Orbit says:

    I need to see the size 18 mom jeans in question before deciding.

  28. poopie says:

    @anya : correct yourself. remember the tiger woods story from the enquirer? puhleeze change your 100% to at least 95%, kay?

  29. poopie says:

    is alexandra drinking the GORE KOOL AID? think so. The words Gore and Intellectual do NOT go together. The earth has a temperature !!!! the earth has a temperature !!!hahhahahhaha

  30. alexandra says:

    HAHAHAHA coming from someone called poopie!

  31. alexandra says:

    I get it !! I get it!! I cannot argue with housefraus. You win

  32. denise says:

    @ Alexandra

    YOu must have alot of time on your hands. And what your very detailed research claims is that it was Al’s vision that basically invented the internet, hence claiming it as his invention.(or at least his baby) Even if he did’nt build it with his own two hands. It’s a common joke among many that Al claims to have invented the internet.
    I would just like to thank whoever did really invent the internet.

  33. Trillion says:

    So Denise, someone writes a detailed, sourced comment about the origin of the lie of Gore’s “claim” and that holds no water for you but “it’s a common joke among many” is all it takes to convince you? Yikes.

  34. denise says:


    We can agree to disagree, now leave it at that.

  35. alexandra says:

    @Denise Hey!! denise meh

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