Gina Gershon by Jemal Countess/WireImage.com
Rescue Me alum Gina Gershon and her lawyers have gotten wind of a new Vanity Fair article on Bill Clinton, and they are not pleased. In the piece, VF writer Todd S. Purdum suggests that Gershon had sexual relations with the former prez, a tacit claim that she's vehemently denying.

Gershon's legal team has thrown down a demand letter insisting on an immediate retraction and a "sincere apology." The document says, in part, that the piece "outrageously insinuates that Ms. Gershon has had an inappropriate sexual relationship with President Clinton. This is absolutely false."

The letter, linked to by the trusty folks at TMZ, goes on to say that Gershon is "extremely offended by the false and defamatory inference" in the article.

Gershon has, in fact, met with the president on several occasions - but does that really warrant low-ball insinuation? Assuming the story isn't true, why would VF play with libelous fire? - Anna Dimond

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