While he was running for governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger said he knew he would have a difficult time with the press because the tabloids would try to portray him as a "womanizer." But the term womanizer doesn't quite cover it. I'm thinking "Overly sexed f-ck robot that will bang everything in sight" is a little more appropriate. Or "boner that talks."
And Arnold's bad behavior might cost him more than a divorce. Radaronline is reporting that the Office of the Attorney General is conducting a preliminary evaluation into Arnold's conduct, which allegedly includes using tax money to help escort women into his hotel room.
Hotel security officer William Taylor says he witnessed Arnold using California Highway Patrol officers and vehicles to bring questionable women in and out of his suite at Sacramento's Hyatt Regency hotel.
"On three differed occasions after the governor arrived alone at the Hyatt Regency, CHP Dignitary Protection Services arrived in their official vehicles, black Ford Crown Victoria sedans - about one to two hours later with one or two young females," Taylor said.
But Retired CHP Sergeant Mark Hammond is singing a different tune. He tells TMZ "As a supervisor, if anything had occurred, I would have been notified, even if it was technically off the record on his private time."
Retired CHP officer Manny Trevino also denies the cover-up allegations ... saying, "I never witnessed the Governor acting in a less than honorable manner."
But it's not looking good for Arnold, because Taylor took a polygraph test and passed.
"They'd hurriedly escort the women through the service entrance on the second floor parking garage to the elevator that went to the governor's private wing... the women would usually stay for two to four hours and either leave through the hotel's main entrance or be driven away by the CHP in the same official vehicles."
So that's why you got IOUs on your tax returns last year, Californians.
Arnold's lawyer Martin Singer just released the following statement to Hollyscoop:
"Today’s story from the National Enquirer is totally and completely false. Unfortunately, the media’s relentless desire for new information has some outlets running stories that are made up by paying sources that have zero credibility. My client stated from the beginning that he takes full responsibility for his actions and deserves the public and media criticism. This does not entitle some in the media to be totally irresponsible."