Pretty scandalous, right?
Pretty scandalous, right?
“But you do, grandpa.” New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner got into an angry confrontation with a 69-year-old rival Tuesday night at a Manhattan town hall forum.
In a 2001 C-SPAN interview, when asked about books that are important to him, Weiner answered Bonfire of the Vanities, which features Lawrence Kramer, an egotistical lawyer who fantasizes about cheating on his wife and is ultimately removed from his big case for an inappropriate relationship with his boss. “This might get me in some trouble,” Weiner said before launching into his answer.
Weiner’s latest sexting friend features in new shots for New York-based leather clothing brand Apparel NY. The “Leathers in leather” joke is as good as it gets.
Google searches for your penis are higher than searches for your mayoral campaign.
Anthony Weiner may be stealing the show, but he’s hardly the only New York politician that’s become engulfed in scandal over the last few months.
The Broadway diva belted out her advice for the embattled politician on last night’s Tonight Show
“In a moment of frustration, I used inappropriate language in what I thought was an off-the-record conversation.”
Her manager explains the plan is for Sydney Leathers to get a boob job before her porn debut.
Eliot Spitzer, the former New York governor who resigned in 2008 following revelations he solicited prostitutes and is now running for comptroller, admitted Anthony Weiner shouldn’t be New York City’s mayor on MSNBC’s “Hardball” Monday.
Clearly it’s a sign. (via bestrooftalkever.com)
A woman confronted Anthony Weiner Friday, questioning his run for office. “As a former New York City Department of Education employee — 21 years as a teacher, 9 years as an assistant principal — had I conducted myself in the manner in which you conducted yours, my job would have been gone,” the woman said.
Former Rep. Anthony Weiner’s sexting alter ego has been revealed, and it turns out he’s just as impressive as his name sounds.
Could “Carlos Danger” undermine the Democrats’ message with women? The RNC is trying to make sure he does.
Plus Hugh Jackman measuring things, a pretty compelling theory about Orange Is the New Black, and 27 kids who managed to look unbelievably miserable at Disneyland.
Someone give Donny Deutsch another cable show of his own, please.
Also, a poll conducted Wednesday shows a dip in his favorability ratings.
Don’t click this unless you want to see them. There’s no going back.
According to The Dirty, he last contacted the woman on the other half of his newest scandal earlier that month.
“The bottom line is that the ‘news’ today is about my past life,” he wrote to supporters. “New Yorkers don’t quit, and I’ll never quit on you.”
The internet never misses an opportunity to make a quick buck from a political scandal.
Plus a look inside the first-ever Google Glass porn (starring James Deen!), photos of Queen Elizabeth before she was a great-grandmother, and a brief guide to the world of “Blurred Lines” YouTube parodies.
UPDATED: A progressive activist from Indiana in her early 20s who identifies herself online as “Sydney Leathers” and “sidneyelainexo” is the woman whose online profile is linked to the latest Weiner scandal. Weiner, she wrote, could “continue sending dick pics every single day.”
Real Danger at the Carlos Danger press conference.
There are some real-life Carlos Danger imitators out there.
The embattled former congressman said some of the illicit messages and photos he sent came after he resigned from office. He said he would stay in the New York City mayoral race.
But Anthony Weiner’s “notoriously private” wife is on the campaign trail with her husband — a calculated sacrifice from the woman who has already been through hell, and could see more of it yet. “She wants Anthony to win.”
After BuzzFeed pressed the campaign for comment on new sex chat transcripts published on The Dirty, Weiner admits they’re real. But timing remains unclear.
The Dirty posts explicit Facebook and Formspring exchanges. “I’m deeply flawed.” UPDATE: Weiner has released a statement acknowledging that at least some of the messages are authentic. This is the woman linked to these chats.
Weiner’s wife, the press-averse aide to Hillary Clinton, says she’s still figuring out her role on the campaign. “I prefer to be a private person.”