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“‘Whoa, dude, bad idea,’ Korioth said,” she claims.

“‘You’ve got to put a stop to this right now.'” PHOTOS: A Look Back At The Olsen Twins’ Unique Style Macur claims infatuated Armstrong answered, “She’s twenty-one …

PHOTOS: The Biggest Cheating Scandals In Sports According to the new book, Armstrong, 36, was told not to date the fifteen-years-younger fashionista by handlers who worried how it would affect his image.

One of his long-time friends, and head of Armstrong’s Livestrong Foundation, John Korioth “warned the thirty-six-year-old father of three that his May-December romance could damage his cancer work,” author Julie Macur writes.

A new tell-all on the disgraced cyclist, Cycle of Lies, takes an inside look at his secret relationship with a much-younger woman — Ashley Olsen!

Just weeks after Armstrong broke up with designer Tory Burch in October 2007, he was spotted out on the town in NYC with Olsen.

But at the time, his friends and handlers were more worried about his dating life.

According to , a tell-all book written by New York Times columnist Juliet Macur, Livestrong Foundation chief John Korioth "warned" the former cyclist that a relationship with the former child star could "damage his cancer work." "Whoa, dude, bad idea.During one date at the infamous Rose Bar in the Gramercy Park Hotel, “Ashley drank red wine, sat on his lap and they were making out all night,” an onlooker told the New York Post at the time.“They left together around 2 a.m.” Days later, they were spotted out again dining at the Waverly Inn.He shares three children — son Luke, 17, and 15-year-old twin girls, Grace and Isabelle — with first wife Kristin Richard. Armstrong was engaged to Sheryl Crow in 2005, before they called it quits the following February.He has also been linked to Kate Hudson and designer Tory Burch.You've got to put a stop to this right now," Korioth allegedly said. Macur's book, which hit shelves last week, details the rise and fall of the former athlete.