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Report: Al Sharpton’s Viagra Prescription Found In Accused Rapist’s Home

(The Daily Caller) -- Prominent New York City lawyer Sandy Rubenstein was officially cleared of rape following a police investigation released Monday. But one bizarre item emerged during the investigation: Al Sharpton’s Viagra prescription. (VIDEO: Al Sharpton: NYPD Cop Killer Was ‘Triggered’ By Garner Death)

Citing a police source, the New York Daily News reports that cops found a Viagra prescription in Rubenstein’s apartment during a search. However, the source claims the prescription was not made out to Rubenstein, but to MSNBC host and activist Al Sharpton.

“I don’t know anything about that, no, I don’t know anything about that,” Sharpton reportedly said, after what the Daily News characterized as a “speechless second.” (VIDEO: Sharpton Explains Tax Cheat Allegations: ‘People Don’t Like… That Obama’s The President’)

Sharpton claims the accusation is part of a police conspiracy. “If the motive of the cop was to embarrass me, at 60 years old, I am unembarrassable,” he said. He denied any of knowledge of what exactly was in Rubenstein’s apartment, but allowed that ”it’s not uncommon for men of all ages to use certain things.”

Rubenstein and Sharpton were once close friends, until a member of Sharpton’s National Action Network made the accusation of rape against the lawyer. The alleged rape, which prosecutors now say cannot be proven, occurred the night of Sharpton’s 60th birthday party.

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