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Judge: Ex-Congressman Condit must tell sexual history in slander suit against writer
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NEW YORK A judge says former Congressman Gary Condit has to answer questions about his sexual history, as part of his slander case against magazine writer Dominick Dunne.

Condit refused to answer such questions at a September deposition. He's suing Dunne for suggesting Condit knew more than he admitted about the death of his intern Chandra Levy.

A New York judge says the law doesn't allow Condit to file suit, then refuse to answer questions that may help Dunne.

That doesn't mean Condit's sexual history will be made public. The judge can order it kept confidential.

Police say Condit is not a suspect in Levy's homicide.

Dunne's lawyers argue Condit's relationship with other women shows he required women to carry no identification to their trysts. Levy carried no identification when she disappeared.

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