Why Did New York City Police Find Al Sharpton's Viagra Prescription in Search of Sandy Rubenstein's Home?

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NEW YORK,NY-The New York Daily News today broke a story involving Al Sharpton’s sex “script” being found during the search of the home owned by Sandy Rubenstein.

Police were investigating allegations of rape against the famed lawyer but told the Daily News they did find something else–a doctor’s prescription for the erectile dysfunction medicine, Viagra, prescribed to Sharpton.

Sharpton, the Daily News said, at first said he was unaware of the note, but later denied any knowledged and threatened an investigation, calling the police action, a smear tactic.

Rubenstein is a top official with the National Action Network, operated by Sharpton.


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