Al Gore Sexual Assaults: Facts To Know
Former Vice President Al Gore joined Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at a rally in the Kendall campus of Miami Dade College on Tuesday.Advertisement
Among other things discussed during the rally, the duo paid emphasis on the issue of climate change, WSVN reports. Gore said Donald Trump’s election to the presidency could lead to a “climate catastrophe.”
Al Gore: Former vice president rallies with Hillary Clinton.
“When it comes to the most urgent issue facing our country and the world, the choice in this election is extremely clear,” Gore addressed the crowd.
“Hillary Clinton will make solving the climate crisis a top national priority. Her opponent based on the ideas that he has presented would take us towards a climate catastrophe.”
Meanwhile, the allegations of sexual assault that Gore was slammed with in the past have resurfaced. One of these victims, as was noted by Gawker in 2010, was massage therapist Molly Hagerty who had said she was a victim of the former vice president. Hagerty had accused Gore of sexually assaulting her in a hotel room.
According to the Washington Post, the National Enquirer said Hagerty had asked for $1 million in exchange for her account of the incident; but the media outlet had refused, and so only a brief interview was conducted.
Subsequently, two more massage therapists slammed allegations of sexual assault on Gore. As reported by Business Insider, one of these incidents leading to the allegations occurred in Beverly Hills in 2007 and the other in Tokyo in 2008.
Al Gore: Allegations Of Sexual Assault
“The therapist claimed that when they were alone, Gore shrugged off a towel and stood naked in front of her,” a source from the Beverly Hills hotel said. After this, the source said, Gore made a proposition to the therapist for a sexual act.