Elizabeth Hurley denies she had affair with Bill Clinton
ELIZABETH Hurley has vehemently denied extraordinary claims she had a year long affair with former US president Bill Clinton.
A tape has allegedly captured Hollywood actor Tom Sizemore, a former boyfriend of Hurley, alleging he had arranged a tryst between the pair, media sources are reporting.
In it Sizemore claims the former president cornered him and asked for Hurley's number at a White House function in 1998.
Clinton is said to have called the actress saying: "Elizabeth, this is your Commander-in-Chief. I'm sending a plane to pick you up in three hours. Is that enough time?"
According to Sizemore, Clinton immediately flew her to Washington from Los Angeles on a private jet - where she stayed for four days.
Hours later, she is said to have touched down at the White House, where the then-president gave her a personal tour, which ended at Lincoln's bedroom.
Hurley, who was dating Hugh Grant at the time, vehemently denied the claims to her 450,000 Twitter followers.She tweeted: 'Ludicrously silly stories about me & Bill Clinton. Totally untrue. In the hands of my lawyers. Yawn.'
Sizemore, who has a history of drug and alcohol abuse, said the pair carried on their affair for about a year before he stopped calling her, explaining that he was beginning to have feelings for her.