Flynt specifically wants to see, “tax returns and/or details of his offshore assets, bank accounts and business partnerships,” according to a statement. If the publisher makes that reward in ‘Bitcoin’ and if it’s not a hoax — hackers claim to be holding Mitt Romney’s tax returns hostage for a ransom of $1 million. However, that appears to be a hoax or a badly played out soap opera.
Flynt’s offer will play out in a full-page ad on the Sunday edition of the Washington Post. Another ad will be placed in the Tuesday edition of USA Today.
“What is he hiding?” Flynt asks. “Maybe, now, we’ll find out.”