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Alex Rodriguez Allegedly ‘Got Hookers All The Time,’ New Book States

Thu, October 17, 2013 11:47am EDT by Emily Longeretta 2 Comments
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In a new book, written by Michael Gross, MLB player Alex Rodriguez is accused of bringing multiple hookers up to his room at his New York apartment. ‘House of Outrageous Fortune: Fifteen Central Park West, The World’s Most Powerful Address’ will hit the shelves in March 2014 — just in time for Spring training.

It’s not a good year for Alex Rodriguez. While he’s fighting for his MLB career to stay afloat, a new book is being written about his alleged past with prostitutes!

A-Rod Reportedly ‘Got Hookers All The Time’

Michael Gross House of Outrageous Fortune: Fifteen Central Park West, The World’s Most Powerful Address, outlines the alleged behind-the-scenes life of the famed Yankee.

In 2010, A-Rod moved into a $30,000-a-month apartment on Central Park West — the same building that houses StingBob Costas and Denzel Washington. However, while the price may be high, the employees aren’t very loyal, according to Page Six.

“He got hookers all the time,” a building employee told the author about the player. “Usually two at a time, two times a week. One time he had two go up, they came down and left, and 10 minutes later, Cameron Diaz walks in.”

Cameron wasn’t the only blonde bombshell the star player dated.

“Fifteen [Central Park West] became A-Rod’s home plate,” the author wrote in the book — also referring to A-Rod’s exes Madonna and Kate Hudson. “But apparently they weren’t enough for A-Rod.”

Alex Rodriguez ‘Thought He Was God’

Another staff member at the building called A-Rod “a douche” and “an unfriendly narcissist” who “thought he was God.”

However, it wasn’t not all negative — a broker called him “the best tenant.” A-Rod’s spokesman, Ron Berkowitz has already denied the reports, stating, “This is a further effort to fabricate scandal around Alex. The allegations concerning prostitutes are categorically false.”

The book will be published by Atria/Simon & Schuster on March 11, 2014 — and it’s sure to shake things up!

So, HollywoodLifers what do you think? Do you think the allegations are true?

— Emily Longeretta

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