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Read this: Carlos Allen, alleged third crasher, on his night at White House


Carlos Allen is a pretty fun interview subject, if you want to know the truth. (Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)

We had a nice long chat with Carlos Allen yesterday, and here's our profile of the alleged third state dinner crasher. Unlike the Salahis, he's talking and talking -- and he's pretty entertaining. He says he wants to clear his name (we'll let you decide if his account of the night clears up or only deepens the mystery) -- but he's also got some pretty hilarious stories. Highlights:

  • "The only thing I regretted at the end of the night was that they didn't have no dancing."

  • "To be successful you have to look the part. You might be broke but if you look good, they don't know you're broke unless you tell them."

  • "For 45 minutes [the Secret Service] called me a liar. I started believing that I didn't go to the White House. I said, ''Okay, you're right, I did not go to the White House.'"

  • "I showed an invitation. I got in with an invitation. I was seated with an invitation."

    But please, go read the whole thing here.

  • By The Reliable Source  |  January 15, 2010; 6:28 PM ET
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