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Tom Sizemore admits he lied about Bill Clinton and Elizabeth Hurley affair

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Tom Sizemore asserts that his comments, about Elizabeth Hurley and former President Bill Clinton having had an affair during Clinton’s presidency, were not true. When Sizemore made the Hurly-Clinton affair comments, social media and news outlets across the country grabbed on to the story, according to San Jose Mercury News on Thursday.

Sizemore reportedly admitted to the Huffington Post on Wednesday that his story was not true. He said his comments about an alleged Hurley-Clinton affair, that he said lasted a year, were due to his past drug use. He also referred to the alleged affair as ‘ludicrously silly’ on Twitter on Wednesday.

Previously, Sizemore claimed that he helped Clinton and Hurley – his ex-girlfriend – meet secretly, after he allegedly met Clinton at a White House screening of “Saving Private Ryan.” Sizemore also said that the year-long relationship between Clinton and Hurley ended when Clinton had said, “I don’t do love and I’m beginning to think I might love you.”

After the blowup of the story, Sizemore said he never met Clinton and was never at the White House. He also said that he didn’t remember saying these things about Clinton and Hurley. He also said, “It’s an old videotape, and they’re the rantings of a guy… it’s been well-chronicled that I had a very severe drug problem.” He concluded by saying that he apologizes to Hurley for any hurt he has caused her – or the Clintons and anybody else he may have mentioned.



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