Tom Arnold can play the game — so well that it's kind of scary. When we caught up with the former Best Damn Sports Show Period host in Sundance at the Greenhouse, he showed us a Machiavellian side we never knew he possessed. See, back in 2003, news reports wrongfully linked Arnold to a sexual-harassment suit filed by a hairstylist against his colleagues on Fox's Best Damn Sports Show Period. According to the actor, he asked the network to pay his legal bills, and the female head of human resources told him no. This is where his tale of devious retribution begins.
Arnold and his co-workers had a party a few days later and invited the fortysomething HR director. When she arrived, Arnold "sent her a couple drinks," and then enlisted the help of a young producer on his show, nicknamed "Firepubes." ("He has red hair," explained Arnold. "He's 24.") "I say, 'Come here, you gotta do something for me. Keep giving her drinks, and I want you to dance with her,'" the True Lies star explained. "So he goes in, and he's dancing." As the night progressed, Arnold told young Firepubes that he was worried for the HR director's safety. "I need you to drive her home," he commanded. "And I need you to have sex with her."
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