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A-Rod rounded the bases with high-priced call girls, ‘usually two at a time, twice a week,’ at his former Manhattan address, a new book claims. His spokesman calls the allegations ‘100% false.’
A-Rod is one of the greatest power hitters of all time, but at his ritzy former Manhattan address, he was the king of the hooker triple play — a new book claims.
The surly slugger liked to round the bases with a conga line of high-priced call girls, “usually two at a time, twice a week,” while living in his ultra-luxurious condo on the upper West Side in recent years, according to the tell-all tome.
“He got hookers all the time,” one unidentified staffer told author Michael Gross for his upcoming book, “House of Outrageous Fortune: Fifteen Central Park West, The World’s Most Powerful Address.”
The Yankees home run hitter had an insatiable libido, the building source said, according to the book. “One time he had two go up, they came down and left, and 10 minutes later, Cameron Diaz walks in. He doesn’t care. I hate the guy. He thought he was God,” Gross said a staffer told him.
At the time, A-Rod was serially dating celebrity goddesses from Madonna to Kate Hudson to Diaz. A rep for Alex Rodriguez, 38, cried foul over the book’s salacious claims.
“The allegations concerning prostitutes are 100% false, and therefore the author of the book cannot possibly have a single shred of evidence to back them up,” A-Rod’s spokesman Ron Berkowitz told the Daily News.
He called the allegations “defamatory,” even for a public figure, due to their claims of “criminal activity.”
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The upcoming tell-all from Michael Gross, ‘House of Outrageous Fortune: Fifteen Central Park West, The World Most Powerful Address,’ recounts the home runner hitter’s alleged sexcapades at the famous address (pictured). A-Rod’s spokesman denies the claims.
“It’s comical that we even have to waste our time responding to such stories, but not surprising as certain people have an agenda against Alex,” Berkowitz said.
Gross, whose other works include the book “740 Park: The Story of the World’s Richest Apartment Building,” writes that A-Rod’s former wife, Cynthia, whom the third baseman divorced in January 2009, once showed up at the building unexpectedly and announced herself as Mrs. Smith.
A-Rod started renting the pad around the same time as his divorce was finalized, but Cynthia would apparently visit on occasion.
“We didn’t know who she was so we wouldn’t let her in,” one staffer told Gross. “Why didn’t she say who she was? She was uptight, nonresponsive and belligerent.”
Then Alex came in “10 minutes later” with “Goldie Hawn’s daughter” also known as Kate Hudson, the staffer said. It became clear after the awkward sequence that Mrs. Smith was actually Cynthia Rodriguez, Gross wrote.
One unidentified tenant called A-Rod an “unfriendly narcissist,” according to the book due out in March.
“He was a douche. No one liked him,” another staffer said, according to the book.
The hot-sheets claims say A-Rod enjoyed the company of hookers at the same time he was serially dating celebs from Madonna to Kate Hudson to Cameron Diaz (pictured). A-Rod’s spokesman tells the Daily News the book’s author couldn’t possibly have ‘a single shred of evidence’ to back up the claims.
Rodriguez has been dating retired professional wrestler Torrie Wilson, 38, for almost two years.
Other stars who’ve called his former Central Park building home include Denzel Washington, Sting, Mark Wahlberg and Kelsey Grammer.
Building employees said they liked seeing Diaz around the imposing limestone high-rise and thought she was “way too nice” for A-Rod. “Sometimes you had to get a cab and bring it down to the garage to wait for her,” a staffer recalled. “I got hassles from the drivers, but I’d just say, ‘You’ll be happy when you see who you’re waiting for.’”
The hot-sheets claims are not the first lurid accusations lobbed at the troubled baseball star.
In 2007, he was photographed in Toronto with a hot blond — not his wife — who was later identified as stripper Joslyn Morse.
Cynthia Rodriguez, who has two kids with Rodriguez, filed for divorce the following year, accusing A-Rod of “extramarital affairs.”
The tarnished ballplayer has even bigger problems.
Rodriguez, who is fourth on the all-time home run list with 654, is appealing his 211-game doping suspension handed down in August by Major League Baseball. A ruling is expected by Christmas.