Calum McSwiggan is adamant that he's not faking his alleged attack.
"I went to the police and now apparently I'm a criminal."
However, the police have revealed that they have video
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Wow, nobody really likes each other over there! It's no wonder Olbermann got fired — both sides are being nasty, and Al Gore was in the position to fire!
We first brought you the news of the firing, along with Current's reason of a lack of "values of respect, openness, collegiality and loyalty" as the reasons.
And then Olberman fired back with a long-winded rant, which you can read here, which ended up saying he was going to sue them all.
Now we're hearing more as to why he was let go:
'Management claimed that the former MSNBC host did not fulfill his duties with press and marketing events and missed 19 days of work in January and February.'
We'd say missing obligations and 19 days of work is absolutely grounds to fire you!
Wonder how that'll go down in court!
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Uh-oh! He is NOT taking this news well!
Keith Olbermann was fired yesterday from his show Countdown on Current TV, after the network's Al Gore called him disrespectful and disloyal to viewers, and now, the commentator is firing back, claiming those statements to be so untrue that he's going to press charges against them!
He says in a statement:
Warner Bros is currently having discussions about casting Tom Cruise in the film, A Star Is Born, directed by Clint Eastwood.
It’s reported that he might be be starring alongside
Al Gore and Dennis Mathisen were both honored at the Robert F. Kenned Center For Justice and Human Rights 2011 Ripple of Hope Awards!
The night was filled with celebs (Martin Sheen, Cheryl Hines, Richard Klein…) and wonderful people. Fred Armisen from SNL and actor Charles Grodin hosted the evening.
Sounds like everyone had a good night, and we think they were right in honoring Al and Dennis!
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This is disturbing news.
In his memoir, Darrell admits to drinking, using crack, and cutting himself to mask the pain of a damaged childhood. The revered comic writes:
Good news for Al Gore!
He's been cleared of all sexual assault charges in the case against Portland massage therapist Molly Hagerty.
The Portland Police and Multnomah County District Attorney announced Friday that "they have recommended…that there be no criminal prosecution" due to the fact that Hagerty failed to provide records related to the case, failed a polygraph test, and all forensic tests of pants kept by Hagerty as evidence were tested negative. And the fact that she was paid by the National Enquirer to tell her story didn't help either.
It was even discovered in a document that the massage therapist had called Gore immediately after the alleged incident and "told him to 'dream of a redheaded woman,' " which would contradict her story that she was fearful of him.
Al Gore has "emphatically denied this accusation when he first learned of its existence three years ago" and in a statement, he wrote that he "respects and appreciates the thorough and professional work of the Portland authorities and is pleased that this matter has now been resolved."
Guess he isn't quite the "crazy sex poodle"!
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Worst. Massage. Ever.
Poor Al Gore. All he wanted when he got a massage from Molly Haggerty at his Portland, Oregon hotel in 2006 was
a happy ending some relaxation, but now he’s still stressed.
Aren’t massages supposed to relieve stress?
Sources say that Al Gore was questioned by police in Portland last week about sexual abuse claims from his former masseuse Haggerty.
wins loses the presidency to Bush, then he splits with his wife of 40 years, Tipper, and now detectives are reopening this case of sexual abuse allegations against him.
Give the guy a break. He’s trying to save the environment, and he was hilarious on 30 Rock.
We’re giving him the benefit of the doubt until proven otherwise.
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