Actress Elizabeth Hurley has denied the Radar Online story that claims the actress had an affair with former President Bill Clinton, while Tom Sizemore also says the story isn’t true.
The Radar Online story claims that Clinton had an affair with Hurley while still in office. The evidence is an audio-tape that is of Tom Sizemore who says on it that he got the two together.
The 48-year-old actress took to Twitter to deny the report, reports New York Daily News. “Ludicrously silly stories about me & Bill Clinton. Totally untrue. In the hands of my lawyers. Yawn.”
Sizemore also had said the story isn’t true, according to Daily Mail. The actor was on HuffPostLive and brought his lawyer.
The actor, who admitted the voice on the audio tape is his, said that the story is just a product of him being high on crystal meth and other drugs at the time. “I was never at the White House and I never met Bill Clinton,” Sizemore said.
He added, “They’re the rantings of a guy that it has been well-chronicled had a very severe drug problem.” Sizemore also directed apologies towards Hurley and Clinton, noting “My perceptions were not the greatest.”
In a memoir released last year, the 52-year-old does admit to having had an affair with Hurley that lasted three years.
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