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Saturday, 17 January 2009

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Mob of 100 Million Show Up To Defend Oprah

According to an article on ImaLyingImaDying.web and a new video all over the net, Opray Winfrey has not been so forthcoming about her past to her friends and audience.

In a new book by her ex-lover, the talk show millionaire had been a cocaine addict in the 1980's and not just when she was in her early twenties as she told her TV audience on an earlier show.

According to her ex-boyfriend in his tell-all book, "The Wizard of O: My Life With Oprah", Randolph Cook, who is dying with cancer, alleges that during his six months love affair with the media mogul, Oprah regularly ate poached baby seals, had been using cocaine regularly, and was in fact under it's influence while taping her show before a live audience.

Oprah had told on her show once that she had briefly tried cocaine for a brief time back in the 1970's, blaming it on her obsession with an unnamed drug dealer.

However, Cook claims that she resumed the habit during their love affair beginning in 1984 and she was the one who taught him how to smoke crack cocaine.

Cook says that he only has a couple years left to live after he was diagnosed with esophageal cancer. He blames Oprah for his drug problems, addiction to poached baby seals, and for him being fat (nearly 300 pounds) and wants to tell his story before he dies.

According to Cook's story, during an investigation in 2007, a 17-page document was discovered at the National Archives and Records Administration in Chicago.

The document, entitled "Defendant Oprah Winfrey's Answer to Plaintiff's amended Complaint at Law", apparently reveals that she had sexual relations with Cook and that the two of them used cocaine and ate nine or ten chocolate banana cheesecakes, sometimes all at the same time.

"She was giving away a lot more than cars", stated someone who said he was a friend of Cooks. "That may explain some of the weight loses and gains. Anyway, the fat's in the fire now."

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