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Arnold Schwarzenegger, whose marriage is on its last leg, could now be facing charges for allegedly using taxpayers’ money to fund the cover-up of his sexual endeavors.
Veteran law enforcement officer, William Taylor, told the National Enquirer that Schwarzenegger was using California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers to escort “scantily-clad women” to and from the hotel room.
“It makes me very angry just to think of what was going on at that time,” Taylor told the magazine. He also said that Arnie’s actions were “common knowledge” among the patrol officers and hotel security.
In the wake of these allegations, which passed a lie-detector test, the California Attorney General’s office will conduct an “inquiry,” reported RadarOnline.com.
The website also said the Attorney General’s office has no comment regarding the inquiry and Schwarzenegger’s public relations firm denies these allegations.