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Three more former pages accuse Foley

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WASHINGTON, Oct. 6 (UPI) -- Three former congressional pages have joined two others in accusing former U.S. Rep. Mark Foley of making "sexual approaches" over the Internet.

The three, from the classes of 1998, 2000 and 2002, approached ABC News after Foley resigned amid accusations from the first two former pages, ABC said.

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"I was 17 years old and just returned to (my home state) when Foley began to e-mail me, asking if I had ever seen my page roommates naked and how big their penises were," said the page from the 2002 class.

He claimed Foley had told him he could stay with the former Republican congressman if he "would engage in oral sex" with him, ABC News said.

The page from the 2000 class said Foley had visited the page dorm and offered him rides in his BMW.

"His e-mails developed into sexually explicit conversations, and he asked me for photographs of my erect penis," the former page said. He said Foley arranged a sexual liaison after the page turned 18.

The third page, from the 1998 page class, told the network Foley began instant messaging him while he was a senior in high school.

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"Foley would say he was sitting in his boxers and ask what I was wearing," the page said.

"It became more weird, and I stopped responding," the page said.

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