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Robert Bentley Phone Sex: Adultery Conversations Caught On Tape [Video]

The below video, titled “Recording of Alabama Governor Robert Bentley making sexually suggestive comments,” is the top video out of 200 popular videos listed on YouTube’s popular video page. And with such salacious and sexually explicit comments caught in Bentley’s phone conversation, it’s no wonder.

As reported by the New York Times, Gov. Bentley may have copped to making sexual remarks to his aide — but at the same time, Bentley claimed that he didn’t engage in an adulterous affair with his aide. However, the words Robert utters on the above video seem to fly in the face of those denials.

Uploaded to YouTube on March 23, the video has gained more than 100,000 views and has landed at the top of YouTube’s “Popular Right Now” list. The description of the viral video explains that it is only a portion of the recording of Gov. Bentley talking over the phone in a sexually-charged conversation.

“This is an excerpt of a recording of Alabama Governor Robert Bentley making sexually suggestive comments during a phone conversation. On March 23, 2016 Bentley apologized for the statements. The sound has been edited to reduce long pauses and eliminate some background noise.”

Bentley claims that he didn’t have a physical relationship with his chief aide, Rebekah Caldwell Mason, as reported by AL.com. According to the publication, Rebekah was paid more than $400,000 in 2014. Bentley experienced the demise of his 50-year marriage to Dianne Bentley abruptly, when Dianne sought a divorce — and Gov. Bentley admitted to saying things he shouldn’t have said.

The 73-year-old Bentley can be heard making the following sexually-charged remarks in the audio recording, with the last parts of the conversation making it sound like there was physical interaction between the duo. As the phone excerpt recording begins, Bentley is reassuring the person on the other end of the phone that everything was fine, and that an unknown person could not ascertain to whom Bentley was sending a message.

And it didn’t say, “Hey baby, I love you so much and I’d like to spend the rest of my life with you.”

That’s the part of the phone conversation that takes a turn into the explicit, with talk of kisses and more physical touching.

“You’d kiss me. I love that. You know I do love that.

“You know what? When.. When I stand behind you, and I put my arms around you, I put my hands on your breasts, and I put my hands (unintelligible) and pull you real close, I, hey, I love that too. Putting my arms, my hands under your… Oh, great, I know. I’m thinking about that right now so I’d better quit.

“You were thinking about it … I could tell you were thinking about it last night.”

Bentley goes on to remark that he changed the topic of the conversation, and that everything would be fine. Robert next goes into further topics that delve into physical contact concerns. Gov. Bentley mentions loving to touch the person he’s having a conversation with, and goes on to profess his love.

“I love you. I love touching you. I do. I do love putting my hands (inaudible). I do love you.

“But baby, let me tell you what we’re going to have to do tonight is start locking the door. Yeah, if we’re going to do what we did the other day, we’re going to have to start locking the door.”

With such admissions as needing to lock the door and the lustful passions of touching admitting in the conversation, it seems as if Bentley’s confessions fall short of being completely truthful. Bentley and Rebekkah Mason, once listed as Bentley’s communications director, can be seen in the above photo together, from Tuesday, March 22, 2011. Bentley said he was sorry to both the Bentley family and the Mason family for his conversation and behavior, but still insisted he didn’t have a sexual affair.

[Photo by AP Photo/Dave Martin, File]

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