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Porn Star Inserts Herself Into ‘Weinergate’ Scandal

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By Radar Staff

New York Congressman Anthony Weiner finds himself in a growing pickle — a porn star has now inserted herself into his sex scandal.

A scan of the Twitter timeline of porn starlet Ginger Lee — whose resume includes such titles as Monster Meat 12, Swallow My Pride 9 and Stuffin’ Young Muffins 5 –  suggests a connection to the embattled politician.

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On March 1, Lee tweeted, “I want to have sexual relations with Anthony Weiner.”

Less than two weeks later, on March 13, she tweeted that “you know it’s a good day when you wake up to a [direct message] from @RepWeiner.”

Last month, the porn starlet tweeted she’d come down with a case of “Weinermania!” and drew a heart on a picture of the politician with the funny caption, “You’re the only Weiner I need.”

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Then, on May 27, she tweeted “Whoa. I get a dose of Anthony Weiner live before I go to work tonight. Weiner before work, me likey.”

As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the online drama began last Friday when a lewd crotch shot image of a man in tight fitting briefs appeared in Weiner’s Twitter stream addressed to 21-year-old college student Gennette Cordova, but visible to all 40,000 of his Twitter followers.

The 46-year-old Weiner, who is married to Hilary Clinton’s aide Huma Abedin, was incensed when questioned by reporters about the scandal, and is claiming that his Twitter account was hacked into.

 

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