National Enquirer Video: Allegedly Chris Hansen and WPTV Reporter in Palm Beach

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Apparently the footage exists of hidden-camera pervert-catcher extraordinaire Chris Hansen with his alleged mistress, WPTV (Channel 5) reporter Kristyn Caddell.

It's been quite possibly the biggest rumor of the week since the National Enquirer announced that Hansen -- the most famous "gotcha" guy in all of television as the host of To Catch a Predator -- was allegedly caught around the Palm Beach area with a woman who is not his wife.

Caddell ignored phone calls from New Times yesterday to confirm or deny the allegation, but the New York Post reports she's still been on the job.

According to the Enquirer, the footage it has of Hansen and Caddell was shot outside of the Angle restaurant at the Ritz-Carlton in Palm Beach on June 24.

Click here to watch the video.

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