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A pro-family values California lawmaker who resigned after being caught on tape boasting about his sexual conquests denied Thursday that he had extramarital affairs, saying "my offense was engaging in inappropriate storytelling."
Duvall said Thursday his "decision to resign is in no way an admission that I had an affair or affairs."
"My offense was engaging in inappropriate storytelling and I regret my language and choice of words.
Before he resigned, Duvall also sat on the Assembly Rules Committee, which oversees the operations of the Legislature. Part of that committee's responsibility is to create sexual harassment guidelines for lawmakers.
Miller, a longtime friend who said he is also close to Duvall's wife, said he does not recall the conversation.
"Mike talks a lot during the hearing," Miller told KCRA-TV in Sacramento. "I was getting ready so I wasn't really hearing what he was saying."
Miller's chief of staff, Brandon Powers, did not return telephone messages from The Associated Press on Thursday.