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  Ben Quayle changes story on website
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Last EditedRP  Aug 11, 2010 11:30am
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AuthorSCOTT WONG
News DateWednesday, August 11, 2010 06:05:00 AM UTC0:0
DescriptionBen Quayle had a hard time getting his story straight Tuesday.

The son of former Vice President Dan Quayle and an Arizona Republican candidate for Congress admitted Tuesday night that he did, in fact, post comments on DirtyScottsdale.com, a website devoted to chronicling the trashy side of the Scottsdale nightclub scene.
In an interview with Phoenix’s 12News, Quayle, 33, denied Dirty Scottsdale founder Nik Richie’s claim that he posted under the pseudonym “Brock Landers,” a reference to a porn star in the movie “Boogie Nights.”

But Quayle, a self-described conservative and one of 10 candidates seeking the Republican nomination for the 3rd Congressional District, admitted to contributing to the site, contradicting his earlier comments.
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