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David Copperfield Used Live Shows To Pick-Up Women For Sex

Last week, the FBI raided David Copperfield's Las Vegas warehouse and seized digital camera equipment and a hard drive to a computer after a Seattle woman accused him of sexually assaulting her in the Bahamas.

Now, FOX News is reporting that a source claims that Copperfield designed part of his show around "a system for picking up women," which is why the FBI seized his camera system and hard drive.

During the live shows, Copperfield would go into the audience to select a 'special' woman to take up on stage. If he liked her, he would use a code word like “mama” or “secrecy” so that assistants backstage could make a note of where she was sitting and bring her backstage after the show.

The women were then told that they may be called when his show would come to their city, and they would be photographed and asked questions such as "What is your favorite men's cologne?" and "Where do you like to vacation?"

One of the vaction spots they would ask about was the Bahamas, where the lady accusing Copperfield claims she was taken and assaulted. Copperfield owns a cluster of islands in the Bahamas, which he bought for $50 million.

Of course, Copperfield's attorney denies the claims and says: "It is important these allegations be put into perspective. An unidentified woman has made serious allegations against David Copperfield. Although authorities have not revealed her identity to us, we know these allegations are false because David Copperfield has never forced himself on anyone."

October 25, 2007 |

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