Sarah Palin offered $1m if she passes polygraph test over new book’s claims

London: Sarah Palin has been offered a cool 1million dollars if she manages to prove herself innocent by passing a lie detector test over the claims made in a new book about her.

Joe McGinniss’s book – ‘The Rogue: Searching for the Real Sarah Palin’ - has accused the former Governor of Alaska of cheating on her husband Todd Palin, with his ex-business partner – a charge that Palin has strongly denied.

And now, according to, adult website has made the million-dollar offer to the Palins providing them a ‘unique platform to prove that these allegations are not true’.

“We will hire a certified polygraph examiner to administer a lie detector test to both yourself and Todd,” the Daily Mail quoted the letter to the Palins from as saying.

“He will be restricted to asking you questions solely related to the allegations.

“If both of you complete and pass the polygraph test, will issue you a check in the amount of 1,000,000 dollars,” it added.



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