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Elizabeth Hurley rubbishes cross country sex trip with Bill Clinton

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A new scandal hits the door of the former President of the United States, Bill Clinton.

Radar Online published an audio recording on February 5, allegedly of 52-year-old actor Tom Sizemore saying how in 1998, former President Bill Clinton flew English model Elizabeth Hurley to Washington, D.C. and had sex with her!

According to Gawker on February 5, the recording reveals that Tom says how Elizabeth was ordered by Clinton to catch a flight and was assisted by a Secret Service agent once she arrived at Washington DC.

He says she then disappeared into a room with the President. When asked what happened after that, he says that the model was there for four days and that the President had sex with her that night.

Meanwhile, Hurley rubbished the entire story on Twitter and wrote, "Ludicrously silly stories about me & Bill Clinton. Totally untrue. In the hands of my lawyers. Yawn."

Also did actor Tom Sizemore. He has been quoted as saying that while he believes the voice on the RadarOnline clip belongs to him, he had “a drug problem” when the tape was recorded.

Tom maintains that it is a fabricated story.

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