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New Jersey- The mystery man who claims to be Golan Cipel’s ex-lover said yesterday that not only is the handsome Israeli gay – he’s also still in love with Gov. Jim McGreevey.

“Golan says he’s not gay? He could have fooled me,” Dr. David Miller of Livingston, N.J., told the Daily News yesterday, as he claimed that he had a gay affair with the ex-McGreevey aide.

“We love each other. Is that a crime? We’re lovers,” said Miller, 51, an openly gay man and divorced father of two.

In a manic, disjointed interview, Miller said that Cipel had made a pillow-talk confession: He still carries a torch for McGreevey.

“Cipel never complained about the governor. They were in love,” Miller said outside his home.

Miller also claimed to reporters that he is a CIA operative who takes pills doled out by the intelligence agency to make his skin darker so he can infiltrate unnamed groups.

He offered no mementos, letters or photos as proof of his relationship with Cipel.

He called Cipel a “gold digger” and said he believes the Israeli national was egged on by McGreevey’s enemies to claim the governor sexually assaulted him.

The Daily News reported yesterday that an unidentified college professor had reported his affair to the governor’s aides.

If true, Miller could wreck Cipel’s claims of being a straight man victimized by McGreevey’s predatory advances.

Miller – who insisted on speaking Spanish because, he said, he hates the United States – told reporters he met Cipel in Israel through family friends and that he still had a soft spot for him.

“Despite his problems, I’m going to go visit him,” said Miller, shirtless and wearing purple shorts.

Cipel, who fled the spotlight for his family’s home outside Tel Aviv, denied these latest stories about his sex life. “I never had any relationship with any man, so I don’t know what they want from me,” Cipel told a close friend yesterday who spoke to The News.

Cipel called Miller’s tale “ridiculous and laughable,” and said it was now open season on him – “anyone can get up now and claim he had an affair.”

A statement from Cipel’s media consultant characterized the story as “a blatant lie and manipulation,” and part of the governor’s ongoing smear campaign.

Miller, a doctor and adjunct professor at Montclair State University, said he had already given a deposition in the federal probe into McGreevey’s charges that Cipel tried to blackmail him by claiming sexual harassment.

He said Cipel fled the country “because he was scared when he learned there was a federal investigation into extortion.”

Sources told The News that the governor’s office took Miller’s allegation seriously and was having private investigators check it out.

Yesterday, McGreevey’s spokesman Micah Rasmussen denied that. “We couldn’t care less if Cipel has ex-boyfriends,” Rasmussen said.

Sources said Miller had wanted to get his tale to the governor, and so three days ago contacted New Jersey lawyer Philip Vinick.

“It was a strange call. … I know nothing about him, or the truth of what he said,” Vinick said.

Miller’s own story is reminiscent of McGreevey’s coming-out tale. The doctor said he was a happily married man with two children, when, at age 38, he acknowledged he was gay.

“One hundred thousand dollars worth of therapy later and I still don’t understand,” Miller said.

Back story: The New Jersey gay sex scandal took an explosive new turn as a man claiming to be Golan Cipel’s lover came forward and reported the affair to aides of Gov. Jim McGreevey, sources said.

The mystery man, a college professor from northern Jersey, called the governor’s office to assert he and Cipel had been romantically involved, sources said.

If true, the new lover could blow apart Cipel’s claims that he is straight and seriously damage Cipel’s credibility as a victim of McGreevey’s unwanted sexual advances.

The governor’s office was taking the claim seriously enough to have private investigators vet the allegations as part of McGreevey’s efforts to repel a potential civil suit by Cipel, sources said yesterday.

“There have been at least three people coming forward, and this person seems the most credible,” a source familiar with the inquiry said.

Cipel’s lawyer, Allen Lowy, did not return calls for comment.

The news came as Cipel went home to Israel to spend time with his family and escape the media glare. Cipel told reporters he was having a very hard time, but he vowed to return to the United States to “make sure justice comes to light.”

When the scandal first broke, Cipel said he regretted lacking “the strength to disentangle myself from such an oppressive environment and from such a manipulative person.”

When he “finally dared to reject Gov. McGreevey’s advances,” he said the New Jersey governor and his staff tried tosmear him. Yesterday, Cipel’s lawyer said the two never hadsexual intercourse but refused to detail the nature of their “contact.”

The governor fielded no questions yesterday, but his staff called Cipel’s claims of abuse “absurd” and a “lie.”

Former New Jersey Gov. Christie Whitman, a Republican, added her voice to the growing chorus demanding that McGreevey resign now. She said he simply can’t do the job under mounting public pressure and scrutiny.

“He should step aside right now,” Whitman said, telling Fox News that McGreevey’s sin was not a gay extramarital affair, but giving his alleged boyfriend a taxpayer-funded job he was unqualified for.

Despite the pressure, McGreevey still plans to resign in November, handing over the reins to state Senate President Richard Codey (D-Union).

After meeting with McGreevey yesterday afternoon, Codey said, “He is very firm and resolved to stay until Nov. 15.” Some political watchers said McGreevey was planning to leave early but delayed making the announcement to round up pledges for his legal fees.

“That’s crazy,” said Belmar Mayor Kenneth Pringle. “People will contribute to McGreevey’s legal fees because they like him. To dangle that as a carrot, or think people will withhold that if he doesn’t go along with what they want, smells of the worst of Jersey boss politics.”

McGreevey spent yesterday morning hosting a breakfast at the governor’s mansion for some 200 political appointees in his administration.

He then met with cabinet members and homeland security advisers at a Trenton hotel about security needed when the Republican convention opens in New York on Aug. 30.


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