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Molly Hagerty
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Massage therapist that said Al Gore sexually assaulted her.
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In 2006 while in a Portland, Oregon hotel Al Gore orders a massage that lasts nearly three hours starting at 10:30 at night. According to the therapist’s police report Gore wanted her to massage his private areas, and when she refused he shoved her hand under the sheets to his private part. When she continued to refuse his advances he began pleading for her to release his “second chakra”.

At this point to therapist says she wants to end the session, but Gore grabs her in an embrace and begins groping her and kissing her. After repeated refusals of sex with Gore he then overpowers her by throwing her on the bed and lays on top of her. After more forced kissing and inappropriate fondling she finally frees her self from his hold, and runs out of the room.

One of the woman’s friends told her not to report the incident to police and instead told her to “to just suck it up; otherwise, the world’s going to be destroyed from global warming”.

December 2006 through January 2007 Hagerty got a lawyer, but canceled several times to make a report to the authorities. The police report was finally filed in January of 2009.

In 2007 a Portland area paper wrote up a story, but after contacting Gore’s lawyers failed to run the story.

The National Enquirer got a hold of the story in June of 2010 and made national headlines.

The Portland police to re-open the case on Al Gore for the sexual attack on June 30th 2010.

July 21st 2010 the National Enquirer states they found two more women that were attacked in similar manner as Hagerty. One in Beverly Hills 2007, and the second in Tokyo 2008. Neither accuser came forward with their name.

The case was closed a month later July 30th 2010 due to “due to a lack of credible evidence”.