FBI Files Reveal Kennedy Sex Parties

The FBI released files on the late Sen. Ted Kennedy on Monday which included a memo detailing sex parties in New York City with his brothers and Hollywood celebrities.

The 1965 memo states: “It was reported that Mrs. Jacqueline Hammond, age 40, has considerable information about sex parties which took place at the Hotel Carlyle in NYC and in which a number of persons participated at different times. Among those mentioned were the following individuals: Robert F. Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, Teddy Kennedy, Sammy Davis, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lawford, Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe”.

Sen. Kennedy died last August. The Kennedy family has not responded to the FBI report.

Senate Candidate Mum on Pornography Charges

The Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate from South Carolina, Alvin Greene, refuses to explain the felony pornography charge of “disseminating, procuring, or promoting obscene material.” Greene, 32, was charged in November 2009 after 19-year old college student Camille McCoy reported the incident.

In an interview with Fox News’ Shepherd Smith, McCoy said she was in the University of South Carolina’s basement computer lab when Greene approached her. She said he asked her about football and then showed her pictures on a computer of “woman-on-man porn, pretty much sex.”

McCoy looked away and told Greene “that was offensive and he needed to leave.” She said that Greene “laughed and said, "Let’s go to your room right now.’” McCoy ran out of the computer lab and reported the crime to the police.

Since winning the Democratic nomination for Senate, reporters have asked Greene to explain the pornography charge again him. Greene’s non-responses to the questions have included:

• "I’m innocent until proven guilty."

"I don’t want to focus on negative things”

• “I have no comment on that”

• “I have no comment.”

Alvin Greene’s absurd candidacy for Senate would be funny if he wasn’t an alleged sexual predator.

Sarah Palin Says No Implants

"I’m innocent until proven guilty.""I don’t want to focus on negative things”“I have no comment on that”“I have no commentAlvin Greene’s absurd candidacy for Senate would be funny if he wasn’t an alleged sexual predator.

Greta Van Susteren asked former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin on Fox News the burning question of the week: “Breast implants — did you have them or not?”

"No, I have not had implants," Palin responded definitively.

The former governor of Alaska coined a new term – “Boobgate” — for the craze that started after she was photographed looking voluptuous in a tight white T-shirt at the Belmont Stakes. “‘Boobgate’ is all over the Internet because there are a lot of — I guess — bored, idle bloggers and reporters with nothing else to talk about," she said.

Palin has every right to be outraged by the public’s interest in her (fabulous) figure more than her political opinions. But, I just wish she had denied the rumors by quoting the classic line from the “Seinfeld” episode in which the character played by actress Teri Hatcher tells Jerry Seinfeld:

“They’re real. And they’re spectacular.”

Citibank Hottie Hires Gloria Allred

The woman who has become infamous for suing Citibank for firing her for being too hot, has hired uber fame seeking attorney Gloria Allred to represent her.

Debrahlee Lorenzana’s
lawsuit states, according to The Village Voice, that her Citibank bosses told her that"she should not wear classic high-heeled business shoes, as this purportedly drew attention to her body in a manner that was upsetting to her easily distracted male managers.” Citigroup has responded that the lawsuit is without merit.

No sex scandal is complete until Gloria Allred arrives on the scene to hold a press conference in her trademark red suit and the (supposedly) wronged woman. So, it’s no surprise that when Lorenzana’s absurd lawsuit and admission of breast implants and other plastic surgery drew a lot of media attention, Allred was quick to offer her services.

“Debrahlee Lorenzana has been unfairly and viciously attacked in the media for having the courage to step forward and take a stand against blatant sex discrimination and retaliation because she complained about the sex discrimination that she was forced to suffer,” Allred said in a statement.  Cue the violins.

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