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Friday, 2 August 2013

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New York - A vile slur that Joan Collins propositioned a star of the Partridge Family TV sitcom to 'take part in an orgy' has been deleted from an autobiography amid new evidence of Bush family tongue-in-cheek mischief.

Shirley Jones, who played the part of Shirley Partridge, claimed Collins and husband Tony Newley suggested she and spouse Jack Cassidy strip off and watch a porny video after a coq-au-vin 'and nibbles' dinner.

The 'false memory' made it to Ms Jones' memoir despite claims it was actually some sort of after-dinner joke told 10 years later by George W Bush during his hard-drinking daze as a fledgeling oil tycoon.

Commenting on today's headlines a former publicist for the 1970s TV comedy said Dubya had once failed an audition as an extra for the show's garage band.

"Dubya was turned down for the role of mouth organ-playing musician," former ABC Network PR Lobelia Pettles said, "something that probably still rankles to this day."

The proposed part was eventually cut from the sitcom script after actors complained the instrument might cause outrage among redneck Moral Majority viewers.

Jack Cassidy is 104.

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