In a bombshell new development in the AL GORE SEX SCANDAL, The ENQUIRER has learned exclusively that the former vice president has finally been interviewed by police in the Molly Hagerty case.

Sources close to the investigation reveal that detectives from the Portland, Oregon, Police Bureau traveled quietly to San Francisco on Thursday for the secret meeting with the 62-year-old Nobel Prize winner.

"Al Gore has finally been interviewed face to face by detectives in the Molly Hagerty case," a close source told The ENQUIRER. "Details of what was disclosed in the police interview by Gore –and exactly how long the meeting lasted — remain secret at this time."

Portland police reopened the case involving Hagerty after The ENQUIRER reported that Gore had been named in a hushed-up police report. Hagerty, a licensed massage therapist, claims the former VP fondled her in a luxury hotel room in Portland in October 2006. In an exclusive interview with The ENQUIRER, she’s called him "a pervert."

Gore has confirmed having the massage session with Hagerty but has adamantly denied her claims of abuse.

His meeting with cops comes on the heels of The ENQUIRER’s exclusive new report that police have looked into allegations that he groped and asked for sexual favors from two other women in separate incidents.

In an explosive report in the new issue of The ENQUIRER, sources say one incident occurred at a Beverly Hills, Calif., hotel when he went to Hollywood to attend the Oscars for his documentary An Inconvenient Truth in 2007.

The second incident occurred a year later at a hotel in Tokyo, Japan.

Media reports say Gore’s spokeswoman has declined to comment on The ENQUIRER’s latest report about the two other women.