Rand Paul kidnapping a woman story turns out to be a hoax
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Rand Paul kidnapping a woman story turns out to be a hoax

Auburn : WA : USA | Aug 14, 2010 at 2:09 AM PDT
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The controversial story surrounding Rand Paul kidnapping a woman is not more than a hoax. In a recent interview with GQ magazine, the woman at the rear of the story went into illustrating her remarks concerning her kidnapping by Rand Paul.

The woman said that she was not forced by Rand Paul to take drugs, whereas other facets of her story were entirely true. She claims that Rand Paul and a college friend exhausted her up, and told her to smoke .The woman maintained that she was not bodily forced into smoking.

Meanwhile, Rand Paul has been criticized for his ethnically aggravated statements in recent months. The woman says that her original interview was "blown out of proportion" by the media. She said that Rand Paul and his friend did not essentially force her to do anything.

"I went along because they were my friends", she said. "There was an implicit degree of cooperation in the whole thing. I felt like I was being hazed", she added.

Paul has also rejected his taking part in kidnapping or forcibly drugging the woman or to anybody else for that matter. Rand Paul, however, did not refute that the depicted occurrence did happen.

It appears that the Rand Paul hoax has indeed been entirely puffed out of proportion by the media. Perhaps the women should have explained why the happening took place in her original interview.

Since the Rand Paul hoax surfaced, Rand Paul has been in damage control move. Following the Rand Paul hoax, he has been coming into view on various shows to rebuff the untamed tale. It is largely held that Rand Paul hoax of kidnapping a woman has been interpreted quite wrongly.

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Murad Shah is based in California, California, United States of America, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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