Alex Rodriguez Hooker Rumors: NY Post Alleges A-Rod Had Prostitutes Two Per Time In Central Park West Home Threesomes, Staff Calls Yankees 3B Narcissist and Unfriendly

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Oct 17, 2013 10:56 AM EDT
New York Yankees baseball player Alex Rodriguez
New York Yankees baseball player Alex Rodriguez (in white) high fives a supporter after leaving Major League Baseball's headquarters in New York, October 4, 2013. Yankees' Rodriguez has sued Major League Baseball (MLB) and Commissioner Bud Selig and accused them of trying to destroy his reputation and his career. MLB responded to the lawsuit by issuing their own statement, denying the allegations made by Rodriguez and accusing him of trying to circumvent the grievance process of the league and its players.(Photo : Reuters) "

New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez is going through the appeals process for his Biogenesis suspension and as he is fighting that battle, a new book being released about the super-expensive 15 Central Park West building has some fresh details on A-Rod, including his habits with hookers and how much the staff at the apartment building did not like him all too much.

According to the NY Post from Page Six, the details about Alex Rodriguez and his extra-curricular activities are from a new book by Michael Gross called "House of Outrageous Fortune: Fifteen Central Park West, The World's Most Powerful Address," and it details the exploits of a number of high-profile tenants of the building, including A-Rod, Sting and Denzel Washington. The quotes from the book cite building workers and other close sources that said A-Rod had hookers numerous times per week and that often times they would be two at a time. Another quote alleged that he saw a prostitute and then 10 minutes after she left, a worker said Cameron Diaz, the woman he was seeing at the time, then came to the building.

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The book says that A-Rod moved into the building a few years ago and rented a $30,000 per month apartment in the building and that workers "hated him", calling Rodriguez a "douche" as well as an "unfriendly narcissist." A broker called him "the best tenant", but he likely dealt with him in an office, while another worker added that he "hates(s) the guy" and that "he thought he was God."

Rodriguez is dealing with enough drama already with his appeal hearing with Major League Baseball and even the lawyers in the case are not above brawling, as ESPN.com reported that attorneys for Rodriguez and one for Anthony Bosch got into a scuffle. Naturally, a spokesman for Rodriguez came out to refute the claims, saying that anything about allegations involving "prostitutes" is categorically false."

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