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John Paulus, a former U.S Army Green Beret, has been receiving death threats from “Claymaniacs” ever since he went public with claims that he had sex with Clay Aiken in a Quality Inn in Garner, NC. Paulus, 38, passed a polygraph test administered by the National Enquirer in an attempt to corroborate his story. He tells the Enquirer:
I have several personal ads on gay men Web sites,” he told the Enquirer. “Clay later told me he saw my pictures on a couple and decided to e-mail me. On Dec. 16, using the screen name of ‘valleyprettyboy,’ Clay sent me his first message. He wrote, ‘Hey man, [I] see you’re online. I’m 26 years old from Raleigh and would love to talk. I have pics but I have a very recognizable face and I can’t post the pics. I would be happy to send them to you if you can promise absolute discretion.” Paulus added that in later e-mails, Aiken “told me that he had just come out of the closet to his mother and a few close friends last year. He told me that he was single again, having broken up with his boyfriend about five months ago.”
Wow, what a shocking secret. If you had a gay treasure map, the ‘X’ would be on Clay Aiken’s face, so I wasn’t exactly jumping up and down pointing at my screen when I read this. But a Green Beret admitting he has “several” personal ads on gay websites is not a very smart move. All Clay wanted to do was support our troops, but now you have an army of “Claymaniacs” after you. I realize that little girls with braces may not be much of a threat, but you might want to watch out for those guys in camouflage. I can’t make it out from here, but it looks like bars of soap wrapped in towels.
Source: Page Six