Did Arnold Schwarzenegger Use State Funds To Hide His Infidelity?

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The Attorney General wants to know, so he's inquiring into the former governor's use of state money.

The Attorney General isn't blind to the stories circulating around former California-governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. With all the scandal, he wants to find out just how much cheating Arnold is really guilty of—primarily, did he cheat the people of his state out of money? Arnold Schwarzenegger's Infidelity - How Resilient are You?

According to the National Enquirer, Radar Online and Gawker, the California Attorney General has launched an "inquiry" to confirm whether or not Schwarzenegger misused state funds to keep his affairs under wraps. "Multiple department sources" confirmed the investigation is indeed underway, and the allegations are kind of wild. Apparently, Arnold is now under fire for using police officers to keep his mistresses out of the spotlight.

A member of the state security personnel, William Taylor spilled the beans to the Enquirer: "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. Arnold's Mistress Revealed To Be Mildred Patricia Baena

"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." ...Seriously.

Of course, the Schwarzenegger camp fervently denies these claims, and the Attorney General has refused to officially make a statement on the matter. But whatever. When it comes to this scandal, nothing surprises us anymore.

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