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The New Year got off to a bang at the White House where sex was on the menu for some of the partygoers, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned!
Celebrities from media and politics along with hundreds of other guests danced the night away at the White House after attending the dramatic New Year's Eve 2000 celebration at the Lincoln Memorial.
But while the first family and guests were boogieing in the New Year, several of the revelers engaged in sex acts in a room off the Rose Garden, according to a disillusioned Secret Service agent.
The agent revealed details of what he witnessed at the party on condition that his identity be protected.
During what one White House aide called the "first-ever disco" at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, the agent says he interrupted sex acts taking place in a White House bathroom off the Rose Garden.
"I know it was New Year's Eve, and I know that everyone was celebrating and drinking, but I was completely shocked," said the agent late Sunday. "Three people were together having sex when I walked in on them."
The agent says he immediately recognized one of the participants before he turned around and left the room.
"I was embarrassed and did not know what to do under the circumstances," the agent revealed. "I did not file a report on the incident, I'd probably lose my job."
The agent, who has been stationed at the White House for 5 years, did give the DRUDGE REPORT the name of the guest he recognized -- but the name is being held from publication at this time for privacy concerns.
"I am very hurt to see this type of behavior going on in the White House and to see invited guests carrying on this way," the agent said from Washington.
The White House New Year's Eve guest list featured a galaxy of stars:
Robert Barnett, Williams and Connolly senior partner, and Rita Braver, CBS News; E. J. Dionne, The Washington Post; Bruce Lindsey, assistant to the president and deputy counsel to the president, and Cheryl Mills; Terence McAuliffe; Leslie Moonves, CBS Television president and CEO; Michael Oreskes, New York Times Washington bureau chief, and Jill Abramson, New York Times Washington editor; Bernard Schwartz, Loral Space and Communications Ltd. chairman and CEO; Jack Nicholson; Will Smith; Elizabeth Taylor and hundreds of others.
The Secret Service agent's shocking story of sex in the White House mirrors charges made in the memoirs of retired FBI agent Gary Aldrich in 1996.
Aldrich claimed sex liaisons between Clinton aides occurred in offices and in the showers of the White House gym.
One incident, Aldrich wrote, involved a White House carpenter who complained his staff was unable to finish repairs in a room because two officials were having sex inside.
White House spokesman Mark Fabiani dismissed the book, calling it "trash for right-wing cash." http://www.drudgereport.com
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