Former Alaska Governor and Vice President Candidate Sarah Palin allegedly had a “one-night stand” with former NBA all-star Glen Rice back in 1987, according to the National Enquirer.
The Enquirer claims that Palin’s “one-night stand” is one of other “shocking secrets” revealed in author Joe McGinniss’ highly-anticipated book “The Rogue: Searching for the Real Sarah Palin,” scheduled for release on Sept. 20.
According to the tabloid’s report, McGinniss explains how Palin, who had a “fetish” for Black men, hooked up with Rice during a college basketball tournament in Anchorage, Alaska nearly 25 years ago.
At the time, Rice was a junior forward for the University of Michigan performing in the tournament, and Palin, a 23-year-old sports reporter, was covering the event for Anchorage TV station KTUU.
Rice, 44, is most famous for helping lead Michigan to the 1989 NCAA Basketball Championship. He was drafted fourth overall into the NBA in ’89 and played 15 years, earning three all-star awards and a NBA title with Los Angeles Lakers in 2000.