'Hustler' publisher offers 1 million dollars for dirt on US politicians

   Mar 5, 7:56 pm

Melbourne, Mar 5 (ANI): Larry Flynt has placed a full-page ad in a US newspaper offering 1 million dollars for information related to 'infidelity, sexual impropriety' on the part of any government official.

The ad, published in the Washington Post, provides a hotline and email address and promises to keep all calls and correspondence confidential.

"Do you have information about infidelity, sexual impropriety or corruption concerning a current United States senator, congressperson or prominent government official?" the Herald Sun quoted the ad as saying.

"Can you provide documented evidence of your claims? Larry Flynt and Hustler magazine will pay you up to $1 million if we choose to use your material and publish your verified story," it said.

This is not the first time that Flynt has sought scandalous information on politicians.

In September, he offered up to 1 million dollars for anyone who could document an "illicit" sexual encounter with Rick Perry, the Texas governor and then-presidential candidate.

According to The Hill, Flynt also placed a similar ad in The Post 14 years ago during the scandal involving former President Bill Clinton's affair with then-White House intern Monica Lewinsky. (ANI)

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