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Gary Condit Pens Book, Speaks Out About Murder of Intern Chandra Levy

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By    |   Wednesday, 26 Oct 2016 10:45 AM

Former California Congressman Gary Condit has authored a book and is speaking out about the murder of former intern Chandra Levy, 15 years after her death, Today reported.

Condit, who wrote a book titled "Actual Malice," taped an interview with Dr. Phil McGraw, host of the "Dr. Phil" show, which will air Thursday. During that interview, Condit continues to insist he never had a close relationship with Chandra Levy, with whom he was romantically linked in the aftermath of her murder.

"I saw her one time outside the office, at a restaurant and she came by my condo once,'' Condit tells Dr. Phil. "Once, maybe twice, but again, I want to make clear there's nothing unusual about someone coming by my condo — a lot of people did, so people have made some speculation about that meaning something special."

Condit, investigated and cleared of wrongdoing by investigators early on, has yet never been able to shake accusations that he had an affair with Levy, according to CNN.

Further, Levy's death continues to be shrouded in mystery. The man charged and convicted in Levy's death in 2010 has since had the charges against him dropped due to lack of evidence.

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Former California Congressman Gary Condit has authored a book and is speaking out about the murder of former intern Chandra Levy, 15 years after her death, Today reported.
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