Massage therapist calls Al Gore "crazed sex poodle"
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - The Portland Police Bureau has released an audio recording of the interview between a detective and the massage therapist who accused former Vice President Al Gore of groping her in 2006.
The woman spoke with Detective Molly Daul in January 2009 - two years after she canceled three appointments to meet with investigators.
During the interview, the massage therapist describes Gore as a "crazed sex poodle" as she details the moves he made during a late-night appointment at a downtown Portland hotel.
Police declined to file charges against Gore, saying there was insufficient evidence.