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Larry Flynt Offering $1 Million For Mitt Romney's Tax Returns

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Larry Flynt is at it again.

The Hustler founder is offering a $1 million reward for information on Mitt Romney's taxes, AdWeek reports. Flynt, an outspoken critic of Romney, is taking out two full page ads in Sunday's issues of USA Today and The Washington Post to publicize the offer.

The ad offers cash in exchange for "unreleased tax returns and/or details of his offshore assets, bank accounts and business partnerships.”

"What is he hiding?" Flynt said, according to the Hollywood Reporter. "Maybe now we'll find out."

Flynt's dislike of Romney isn't surprising considering the Republican presidential nominee's promise to crack down on pornography if elected. Flynt told the Daily Caller that Romney's plan is “an idle threat made for political reasons."

This isn't the first time Flynt has offered major cash in exchange for dirt on a politician. In fact, he's been pulling these stunts since the 70s. A similar offer in 2007 brought down Republican Senator David Vitter for his connection to a prostitution ring. Last year, he offered $1 million for information on Rick Perry's sex life.

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