**UPDATE** The source of this story has now recanted…
Details of Alleged Affair Between Bill Clinton And Elizabeth Hurley
It’s a widely-known fact that married former president Bill Clinton had a problem keeping his peen in his pants during his term as leader of the free world, but new information regarding an alleged affair that “Big Willy” carried on with Hollyweird actress and model Elizabeth Hurley that has recently surfaced just might open up a new can of worms in the Clinton household.
via Radar Online
UPDATE 4:52 p.m. — In an embarrassing about-face, the drug-addicted Hollywood star Tom Sizemore now claims he made up the story of Elizabeth Hurley and Bill Clinton‘s love affair during a drug binge.
Unreservedly apologizing to his one-time supermodel lover, Sizemore said on Wednesday night: “I’m not denying that I said these things… I don’t remember saying them. They’re the rantings of a guy and it’s been well-chronicled, who had a very severe drug problem.”
He added: “I’d like to apologize to her for any hurt or BS I called [Liz] or the Clintons or anybody else i may have mentioned… They were the rantings of a drug addicted actor.”
Check out Sizemore’s “made up” story below…
As Hillary Clinton prepares to run for President in 2016, RadarOnline.com has uncovered bombshell new information that could torpedo her White House dreams: The philandering husband of the former United States Secretary of State, ex-President Bill Clinton, carried on a torrid year-long love affair with British supermodel Elizabeth Hurley behind White House walls.
That’s the explosive revelation dropped by the man who says he arranged the secret tryst, actor Tom Sizemore.
In a blockbuster exclusive, Radar has unearthed a secret audio recording during which the Hollywood actor, who had his own three-year sexual liaison with Hurley, recounts how the famously-frisky ex-President once sent a plane to fly Hurley to Washington D.C., where he bedded her in the White House — while First Lady Hillary was in the very next room!
On the tape, recorded in January of this year and provided to Radar and GLOBE in a joint investigation, 52-year-old Sizemore boasts to two pals about how he arranged the pair’s first rendezvous.
According to the Black Hawk Down star, it all began during a 1998 White House screening of Saving Private Ryan, when President Clinton pulled Sizemore aside from the crowd of A-listers that included Tom Hanks, Matt Damon, Ed Burns and Dennis Farina.
The premiere of the film was four years after Hurley was catapulted into the limelight after wearing that Versace dress to the premiere of ex-boyfriend Hugh Grant’s film Four Weddings And A Funeral.
Sizemore claims that Clinton asked if he wanted to see the Lincoln Bedroom and after shaking his Secret Service detail, the pervy President quickly made his move!
“We walk in,” Sizemore says on the tape, when suddenly Clinton, then in his second-term of office, asked point-blank, “Did you go with Liz Hurley for four years? Do you still see her?”
When Sizemore confirmed they had dated but were no longer together, he says the President asked for her number.
Stunned at the suggestion, Sizemore admitted to being somewhat hesitant to dole out the digits, but claims Clinton insisted: “Give it to me. You dumb mother*****r, I’m the Commander-in-Chief of the United States of America. The buck stops here. Give me the damn number.”
“[Clinton] said, ‘I’m going to say I asked you about your uncle, Ted Sizemore, who played professional baseball,” Sizemore recalls. “That’s the lie. Don’t forget it.’”
Then, Sizemore recounts, Clinton dialed, wasting no time in getting down to dirty business with the stunning brunette, now 48.
“Elizabeth, this is your Commander-in-Chief,” Clinton said to the actress. And though Hurley at first thought it was a joke, she played coy, but the President wouldn’t take no for an answer!
Clinton said, “Listen Elizabeth, this is the President!” Sizemore recalls. “‘I don’t have any time for this ****. I‘m keeping the world from nuclear war all the time. I’m sending a plane to pick you up.”
SMH. Drugs are bad, m’kay?