Al Sharpton forced to explain why a Viagra prescription in his name was found in friend accused of rape’s home

Just one day after civil rights attorney Sandy Rubenstein is cleared of rape allegations made against him by a top official of the National Action Network, his former friend Al Sharpton had to explain to reporters why a prescription ( in Sharpton’s name) for the sex drug Viagra was found in the embattled attorney’s apartment.

An unnamed source with the NYPD reported to the New York Daily Post that the prescription belonging to Sharpton was found as part of the evidence collected during the initial search after the rape allegations were made against Rubenstein.

Calls made to Sharpton by various media outlets asking for a comment to the leaked information found the usually animated Reverend speechless at first.  Sharpton would then gain his composure stating, “If the motive of the cop was to embarrass me, at 60 years old, I am unembarrassable,” fumed Sharpton. Sharpton went on to further state, “I have no knowledge of what was in (Rubenstein’s) apartment but it is not uncommon for men of all ages to use certain things”.

According to prosecutors the charges of rape against Rubenstein made by an unnamed 42 year old staff member of Sharpton’s nonprofit were hard to prove because there was simply no proof as to whether the alleged victim was intoxicated and willingly participated in sexual relations with the civil rights attorney or if she was unconscious at the time and therefore had not given consent.

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Michele Holt

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