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Ex-president's spokesman denies strip dance

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Clinton's boys night in Buenos Aires

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton.

The Washington Post newspaper has echoed the stories published in a local newspaper and put former president Bill Clinton in the public eye due to an alleged visit to a cabaret and a private strip dance performed for him during his visit to Buenos Aires last week.

The US newspaper informed that after former US president 'raised a boatload of money for his initiative at a lunch, delivered a speech for 1,500 government and financial industry folks, and dined at a fine restaurant with President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and her husband, former president Néstor Kirchner', many reports indicated that 'Clinton and his entourage later had a boys' night out at a well-known cabaret called 'Cocodrilo', where a certain Andrea Rincón, a shocking "morocha" (brunette) who was well-endowed and a former participant in the popular TV reality show "Big Brother," did a private hot dance for him, though it's not clear exactly what that dance involved.

Her tale, best we can figure, was that she just danced, nothing untoward, and was paid "very well" in dollars by someone, but not by Clinton. She said she didn't speak to him.

A Clinton spokesman in New York, however, said yesterday that her story "is completely false. They were at the hotel playing cards with the former and current presidents" and "a small group of staff and friends." They were playing "Oh, Hell," he said.


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