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The Untouchable

by | 26th, April 2006

‘NOT everything Kevin Costner does flops. The wooden actor who always manages to be Kevin Costner in every performance, has been accused of performing a lewd sex act in front of a hotel masseuse.

Is that a massage in your pocket or are you out with your wife?

Costner is the Sun’s front-page “massage perv”. The star of Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and The Untouchables is alleged to have openly pleasured himself while staying at the Old Course Hotel, St Andrews, Fife.

During his trip – part of his honeymoon with bride Christine Baumgartner – Costner visited the hotel’s spa.

It is there that he, allegedly, became “RUBBIN’ HOOD”. The masseuse, who cannot be named for legal reasons, claims Costner whipped off his towel and, as the Star puts it, “played with his untouchables”.

“It was disgusting,” said the 34-year-old therapist. “And even though he was a Hollywood film star I can’t believe he thought he could get away with it. He abused me and I considered that a criminal act.”

The alleged victim also says how when she was giving his new wife a massage later she wanted to tell her everything.

She chose not to. But now at least Christine can read all about her husband’s alleged antics at the golf hotel where not every kind of swinger is welcome.

But the masseuse did tell her bosses who responded by, allegedly, sacking her. (The Mail says the hotel is owned by American Herb Kohler, a friend of the accused.)

So she took the matter to an employment tribunal and it was during the course of the hearing that Costner’s name popped out.

The Oscar-winning actor was not in Dundee for the case, but his publicist Paul Bloch did have this to say. “We find it unfortunate that Mr Coster’s name has been brought into what is essentially a dispute between a company owned by a good friend of his and a former employee, and that it would tarnish a wonderful time spent with his wife.”

Not the hotel owner’s wife, you understand, but his own.’

Posted: 26th, April 2006 | In: Tabloids Comment | TrackBack | Permalink