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Athlete Asbel Kiprop In Raunchy Video With Married Woman

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asbel kiprop

Men 1500m Beijing 2008 Olympic champion Asbel Kiprop has been caught on camera having fun with a female companion months after he was accused of using banned blood-booster, EPO.

The raunchy video shows the athlete groping a half naked woman who is not his wife, Sammary Cherotich.

The video starts with the two dancing and then slowly start kissing which leads to touching.

The woman identified as Nancy Chepsiya, who is apparently married and is a former MCA aspirant is fully aware that she is being filmed as she smiles at the camera and grinds on the car seat.

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Word has it that they have been in a relationship for a while now and the athlete was behind her campaign in the last general election.

The International Athletics Association Federation (IAAF) in May announced that they had found a banned energy-enhancing drug (EPO) in Kiprop’s urine sample, allegations he has since denied.

Kiprop in fact accused the independent Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) of “a personal witch hunt.”

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“I have been left to fight this on my own. I have had no support even from my fellow athletes, some who have questioned my integrity in public.

One day, the whole truth will come out and I will be proven innocent,” he said.

Here’s the video:

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