Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 17 April 2014

Schwarzenegger caught in sex scandal

Arnold Schwarzenegger

Arnold Schwarzenegger has been caught in another sex scandal.

Reports emerged on Tuesday that a photo has surfaced of the action icon performing a sex act.

An image of The Last Stand star, 65, was found boxed up in a storage facility owned by late Penthouse founder Bob Guccione, according to ABC News.

The photos are said to depict a "young Arnold".

No further details have been released about the image.

New Jersey hedge fund manager and art collector Jeremy Frommer told the network he discovered the photo with a trove of other memorabilia. Nude photos of Madonna and then-Miss America Vanessa Williams were also unearthed in the facility.

Jeremy purchased the storage unit early last year sight-unseen.

Penthouse publisher Bob Guccione died in 2010. It was 45 years after he launched the famous men's magazine.

Jeremy has declined to offer details of where the storage facility is located or how much he paid for its acquisition.

It would not be Arnold's first time tangled in a sex scandal.

It emerged in 2011 the retired California governor had an affair with his housekeeper Mildred Baena and fathered a son with her over ten years ago.

Arnold wrote candidly about his infidelity in his memoir Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story.

The illicit relationship prompted the end of his marriage. Journalist Maria Shriver, 57, filed for divorce in July 2011, citing irreconcilable differences.

The estranged couple share four children.

Arnold's spokesperson has yet to comment on reports of the photos.

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