The beautiful model appears to be quite angry after her rumoured ex-lover Tom Sizemore revealed to public a tape recording that Hurley enjoyed a year-long fling with Bill Clinton.
The 48-year-old took to Twitter to dismiss the allegations about herself posted on the Radar Online website: “Ludicrously silly stories about me & Bill Clinton. Totally untrue. In the hands of my lawyers. Yawn.”
Sizemore claimed that he had arranged Miss Hurley’s first meeting with Clinton back in 1998 following a White House screening of Saving Private Ryan.
In the videoclip, which was posted on Radar Online website, Sizemore says Clinton asked him: “Did you go with Liz Hurley for four years? Do you still see her?”
When Sizemore revealed that the two used to date but they called its quits, Clinton reportedly asked for Miss Hurley’s phone number.
In the video piece, the actor claims the then-President told him: ‘Give it to me. You dumb m***********r, I’m the Commander-in-Chief of the United States of America. The buck stops here. Give me the damn number.”
Hurley’s ex later claimed that later the former US president telephoned her, announced himself with the words, “Elizabeth, this is your Commander-in-Chief.”
He is alleged to have continued: “Listen Elizabeth, this is the President! I don’t have any time for this s***. I‘m keeping the world from nuclear war all the time. I’m sending a plane to pick you up.”
Scandalous tabloid posted a clip of “a rambling Sizemore recounting his outrageous and denied claims in which the 52-year-old Hollywood star can purportedly be heard divulging details of Hurley allegedly jetting off” with Clinton when he was still president.
“Sizemore boasts that he was instrumental in setting up the alleged affair after the 62-year-old leader pressed him for Hurley’s contact details,” The Telegraph writes.
The rumours of the alleged romance between the model and the president came at a difficult time for the beauty who recently split from Australian cricketer Shane Warne.
The former U.S. president is now dedicating himself to supporting his wife Hillary as she prepares to run for his ex-position.
“Sizemore was one of a bevy of Hollywood stars at the White House on the night that the alleged tryst was arranged, and his co-stars Tom Hanks, Ed Burns, Giovanni Ribisi and Adam Goldberg were all there as well as longtime Clinton supporter, director Steven Spielberg,” The Daily Mail writes.
Hillary was at the same reception and in clear sight, but her husband was reported to be concocted a backstory in case she asked about his conversation with Sizemore later.
‘(Clinton) said, “I’m going to say I asked you about your uncle, Ted Sizemore, who played professional baseball. That’s the lie. Don’t forget it,”’ Sizemore says in the tape obtained by the tabloid site.
When asked if Hurley and Clinton went on to have sex, Sizemore said: ‘What do you think? She was there for four days!’