Star of “Arrested Development” and comedian David Cross has admitted – assuming he’s not joking – to having taken cocaine during this year’s White House Correspondents’ Association dinner. “So I got to go because my girlfriend is a fancy Hollywood actress and she got an invitation to go this last time, so we went,” he was reported as saying in Politico. He said he was “super close to the president…But it’s crazy and there’s security, Secret Service is standing there, I’ve got photos of all this. … I’m there and the president is right here and with all these people at the table” and he snorts some coke, he said: “Maybe 40 feet from the president of the United States!”
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