The law enforcement vet who ripped the lid off the ex-GOV. SCHWARZENEGGER  CHP sex scandal issued a statement to The ENQUIRER saying he stands by his story following Team Arnold’s vehement denials.  

In a bombshell ENQUIRER world exclusive that exploded in the media,  former law enforcement officer  WILLIAM D. TAYLOR accused the ex- Governor  of using California Highway patrol (CHP) officers and vehicles to ferry women in and out of Schwarzenegger’s suite at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Sacramento, Calif.

Taylor, a former Captain of Security for the California Secretary of State offices, passed rigorous polygraph testing, prior to making his charges

In an exclusive statement to The ENQUIRER on May 26, Taylor said: “I understand Arnold Schwarzenegger is desperately trying to discredit my story in The National Enquirer – but I stand by it 100 percent! 

"My information is accurate and true and I am not a liar.

"I came forward because his behavior caused the loss of jobs to guards I worked with and he did it to cover up his own personal dalliances. 

"There’s word the California Attorney General is interested in launching an investigation – and I will speak to them about what I’ve eye-witnessed if they contact me.”

After The ENQUIRER first revealed Taylor’s charges, RadarOnline.com reported that the Office of Attorney General, a branch of the Department of Justice, is now conducting a preliminary evaluation termed an “inquiry” into the possible misuse of state funds to cover up Schwarzenegger’s double life.

Taylor also released to The ENQUIRER a letter of commendation from the California Secretary of State calling Captain Taylor a “valued and trusted employee.”