Book claims Sarah Palin used to be a cokehead, once cheated on her husband and had sex with NBA player Glen Rice
According to the new tell-all book The Rogue: Searching for the Real Sarah Palin, the former Alaska semi-governor was quite a fan of the Peruvian marching dust, once screwed NBA player Glen Rice when she was a newscaster and later cheated on her husband with a business associate.
The scandalous details are revealed in the highly-anticipated tell-all “The Rogue: Searching for The Real Sarah Palin,” written by best-selling author Joe McGinniss. Palin bedded future NBA player Rice while he was playing college hoops at the University of Michigan, the National Enquirer reports about the McGinniss book.
The sharp-shooting Rice - who spent one season with the Knicks - was playing in the annual “Great Alaska Shootout” while Palin was a sports reporter with Anchorage television station KTUU, the Enquirer said. Their one-night stand over Thanksgiving weekend 1987 reportedly occurred in the dorm room of Palin’s kid sister at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Palin was described by a friend as the aggressor, with the pal reporting “she hauled his ass down,” the Enquirer said. Less than a year later, Palin was pregnant by husband Todd and the couple eloped.
The book also repeated allegations - denied in the past by Palin - that she had a six-month affair with her husband’s business partner in the mid-’90s.