- After Paula Jones accused former president, Bill Clinton, of sexual harassment, a number of extra women surfaced, saying, "Yeah, me too... He did [fill in sex act] to me too! That bad man!!" (Or something like that.) Allegations included rape, sexual harassment, one night stands and even a long standing affair. The most famous is, of course, his tryst with Monica Lewinsky, which changed the way Americans think about cigars (possibly forever).
- Tattoo model/stripper, Michelle McGee outed Jesse James (Sandra Bullock's ex) on Twitter, alleging an 11 month affair. In a week's time, 3 other vixens stepped up, claiming, "Me too; he did [insert sex act] with me too. It was hot, and btw, you can check out my steaming photos at [insert skankURL]," (or something similar.)
- Pro golfer, Tiger Woods, set the infidelity bar to new heights, however. After The National Enquirer publicized an affair with Rachel Uchitel, a Vegas nightclub promoter, more than a hundred other women spoke up on their own affairs. The timeline's a little sketchy, but in some order: Gatorade dropped him, his wife and money left him, and more women came forward with juicy but incriminating details.
The point: while on one hand, we're all watching the 'Arnold love child' scandal unfold in morbid awe, I'm still holding out for the rest of the groupies to come flowing in. Though he's Republican, he's Hollywood Republican, and (purportedly) no stranger to orgies and open relations. (But, really, I dare you to watch Conan without at least blushing...) I digress. I'm only speculating, but I bet the mistresses are going crawl out of the woodwork sometime soon, kind-of like bedbugs, but after money, not blood (or both, I don't know, maybe a super-model bedbug infestation.) Tiger Woods, hold on tight to that headcount (ha, pun intended).