Elizabeth Hurley: I Did NOT Have Affair with Bill Clinton, Despite Reports
In a joint “word exclusive,” the webloid and supermarket tabloid allege the pair “carried on a torrid year-long affair” while the former President was still in office.
As evidence, RadarOnline cites an “a secret audio recording” made last month in which actor Tom Sizemore “recounts how the famously-frisky ex-President once sent a plane to fly Hurley to Washington D.C., where he bedded her in the White House — while First Lady Hillary was in the very next room!”
“It all began during a 1998 White House screening of Saving Private Ryan, when President Clinton pulled Sizemore aside from the crowd of A-listers,” writes the site.
RadarOnline goes on, “Clinton, then in his second-term of office, asked point-blank, ‘Did you go with Liz Hurley for four years? Do you still see her?’ When Sizemore confirmed they had dated but were no longer together, he says the President asked for her number.”
It gets crazier from there.
Sizemore, who appeared on “Celebrity Rehab” and discussed extensively his drug addiction, alleges on the recording that when he hesitated to pass on Hurley’s digits, Clinton supposedly exlcaimed, “Give it to me. You dumb motherf**ker, I’m the Commander-in-Chief of the United States of America. The buck stops here. Give me the damn number.”
RadarOnline says Clinton promptly called Hurley and said, “Listen Elizabeth, this is the President! I don’t have any time for this sh*t. I‘m keeping the world from nuclear war all the time. I’m sending a plane to pick you up.”
The outlet says Sizemore saw Hurley at the White House later that night, before she “disappeared into a room with the President.”
“She was there for four days. He f**ked her that night,” RadarOnline quotes Sizemore as saying, adding that “Clinton ended the sexual shenanigans” after a year because he was falling in love with the actress and he doesn’t “do love.”
In response to the allegations, Hurley wrote on Twitter on Wednesday, “Ludicrously silly stories about me & Bill Clinton.”
“Totally untrue,” she added. “In the hands of my lawyers. Yawn.”
And if that isn’t enough, Sizemore himself has come out refuting his own statements, calling them the “the ravings of a drug-addicted actor.”
Sizemore tells Huffington Post that he has no recollection of making the recording, and has never even been to the White House or met Clinton.
You can listen to the alleged recording of Sizemore below — warning explicit language — as well as watch Sizemore’s debunking of the claims.