Mar. 29 2007, Published 5:00 a.m. ET

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George Clooney is willing to put his money where his mouth is when it comes to the profanity-laced 'I Heart Huckabees' outtakes. The actor, 45, sent an e-mail to RadarOnline.com and Defamer.com through his publicist denying their stories that he leaked the expletive-filled tapes of 'I Heart Huckabees' actress Lily Tomlin and director David O. Russell. In fact, he's offering $1 million to anyone who can prove otherwise.'Contrary to popular opinion, neither the sound man, Ed Tise, nor yours truly sent in the David O. Russell tape,' George writes. 'I saw it when we were working on ëOcean's 12,' and there have been quite a few copies traveling around town for the last couple of years. Any rumor that either of us put it on the Internet is simply false. And I'd offer a million bucks to anyone who would prove otherwise. Your fan, George Clooney.'In the 2004 tapes, which surfaced online March 23, Lily raged at David during a scene in which she was sitting next to Dustin Hoffman in a car. In another clip, David loses temper with the actress. What's George's possible motive? David got into a fistfight with George on the set of their 1999 film 'Three Kings.'

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