Ted Cruz has finally denied cheating on his wife - at the same time as his phone number is alleged to be in the 'Black Book' used by the notorious DC Madam.
The Republican presidential candidate's digits are reportedly be included in 15,000 pages of phone records dating back two decades.
The allegations come after Cruz was accused of cheating on his wife Heidi and having had five 'mistresses'.
He has called the claims 'complete garbage' but declined to say that he had never cheated on his wife, until on Monday the told Fox News: 'I have always been faithful to my wife.'
However Cruz married Heidi in 2001 and some of the numbers in the DC Madam's Black Book date back to the mid 1990s when he was working his way up in politics.
Cruz has made his evangelical faith a central plank of his campaign and contrasted his family values to those of Donald Trump, who is leading the polls among Republicans.
The DC Madam, Deborah Jeane Palfrey, operated Pamela Martin and Associates and made $2 million servicing wealthy clients over more than a decade.
At the time of her arrest in 2006 her escorts had slept with officials in the White House, the Pentagon, lobbyists and high-powered lawyers.
Palfrey hanged herself in May 2008 before she could be sent to prison to serve a 55 year sentence.
Her Black Book has been circulating on the Internet for years but now RadarOnline claims that Cruz's number was among those listed.