You've already read all about Al Gore's Portland masseuse problem. But what you've yet to see is a picture of the woman who described the former Vice President as a "crazed sex poodle."
54-year-old Molly Hagerty has thus far kept her identity under wraps. But that will change next week in an article the National Enquirer, in typical tabloid hyperbole, says will be filled with "shocking NEW EVIDENCE."
What evidence is that, you ask? Well, um, ya see that plastic bag filled with what looks like a garment? Yeah, I'm gonna guess they mean "DNA evidence." (Here we go again.)
The Enquirer says Hagerty has "bravely" gone on the record. And that she wants justice served. But what they fail to mention is that Hagerty also probably "bravely" accepted a truckload's worth of cash in exchange for her story.
The Washington Postreported last week that she was selling herself for $1 million. The Enquirer denied giving her any money then, but that very well may have changed now that she's made her name public and agreed to offer up the "full story."
Gawker has tried to track down Hagerty's ex-husband, her siblings and anyone else who knows the woman to get any sort of comment. But thus far all they've gotten is an e-mail exchange from Hagerty to a Portland friend who spoke out on her behalf.
"I cannot talk to you now or anyone but will when I'm allowed by advisors to do so," she wrote. "Thank you so much for your help, my friend, you have the courage of ten lions."