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First Weiner Text Recipient Interviewed

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Weiner Proves Its Him

As news broke yesterday of Rep. Anthony Weiner coming clean with lying about sexting women that are not his wife, it was quickly heard that ABC had landed the first interview with one of the recipients.

Meagan Broussard is a single mom who just happened to "like" one of Weiner's speech videos online, which prompted him to contact her. He also had confirmed her as one of the ladies he was sextually active with online before the interview broke, so we know she isn't fibbing.

Here's what she has to say about it, and his initial denial:

"I just chuckled. It would be one thing if he came out and said, 'Hey, so what?' But now he's saying he got hacked?"

[On Facebook] "He would say just good morning, how are you doing, what are you doing today? What are you wearing? What do you like? You know, in the bedroom, you know, that sort of thing."

And then some concern arose over their relationship and this is what he said:

"You are not stalking me. I am stalking you."

That's super creepy. We're not even going to skate around that.

So how was she sure it was him at first?

"I asked him to take a picture and write 'me' on it so I would know."

Moments later, she received an email from anthonyweiner@aol.com, an address listed on one of Weiner's campaign documents. The picture included in the email shows a man who appears to be Wiener.

And that pic totally had him holding a note that said "me" on it (above). Because, you know, when it comes to secrecy and keeping stuff under wraps that's the smart thing to do. He also sent that classy pic we showed that he labeled "me and the pussys."

"I don't think he's a bad guy. I think he's got issues just like everybody else. Everyone's standards are different, but to be elected to Congress and sit there all day on Facebook and chatting?

"I have my own life, my own things where I'm from and I just wanted to go ahead with them. I thought I could just be private about it, but there's no reason for me to hide. I didn't do anything wrong. I don't know him. I'm just putting my story out there before anyone else tries to."

While we're sure you're not to blame for his actions — he would have just found someone else — we don't completely agree that you didn't do anything "wrong." He IS married, and a public figure, so you knew that. Yet you engaged back. But like we said, you can't be blamed for his actions.

We hope things do get back to normal for you, though!

And let's hope Weiner keeps it sheathed if he doesn't plan on stepping down.

[Image via Hollywood Reporter.]

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7 comments to “First Weiner Text Recipient Interviewed”



  1. 1

    Weiner doesn't have the decency to take responsibility for his stupid, reckless, sick actions and RESIGN. His ARROGANCY is epic. Boldly stating his wive will stay with him . . . really Anthony don't you think that is HER DECISION what right do you have to say what she will do! Geez, how about giving her a little space, time, respect??? You were married by Bill Clinton . . . perfect. Your wife works for Hillary . . . hmmmm well you don't have kids, you aren't in the WhiteHouse, and you've only been married what 11 months and you are not Bill Clinton. Hillary had a significant investment & history with Bill. Huma might just cut her loses now!!



  2. 2

    He may say he isn't resigning but put a fork in him. He is DONE.

  3. buck says – reply to this


    3

    why don't these democrats run him out of office…a few months ago when a republican went on Craigs List and posted a shirtless picture of himself the RNC made him resign and then he was given a press conference to tell everyone why. but these Dem's are held to a lower standard where their morals and values don't seem to matter. they are able to go in front of cameras and blatantly lie to our faces ( 'i did not have sex with that woman' ) with no remorse at all.



  4. 4

    I find it interesting that this guy sends photos which actually are no different than most of the Calvin Klein and D&G advertisements. I'm not defending this guy but his pictures are no worse than what you see in magazines… our society is pretty hypocritical…

  5. buck says – reply to this


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    Re: Snookietoes – expect for the one's he took stark naked with a big woody in his hand — the one's Beirtbart say are too rude and grotesque to show the country. And even though Weiner tried to ruin Breitbrat by labeling him the 'hacker' intent on destroying a democrat Breitbart is kind and moral enough not to further embarrass this clown.



  6. 6

    Like I said, not defending this guy…. and no doubt he would do what you said… however the more graphic photos have yet to the shown or released - so that is kind of hearsay… but the entire incident is just stupid and obviously weiner has bad judgement.



  7. 7

    Re: buck – Breitbart is basically a piece of shit scumbag media whore.

    On July 19, 2010, Breitbart posted two short videos showing excerpts of a speech by Shirley Sherrod at an NAACP fundraising dinner in March 2010. The videos ensuing controversy resulted in Sherrod being fired from the United States Department of Agriculture on July 19. After Breitbart was criticized for taking Sherrod's words out of context, he posted the complete 40-minute video of the speech. The NAACP stated that the video excerpts aired by Breitbart were deliberately deceptive and said that he had "snookered" the group. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack later apologized to Sherrod and offered her a new job. In 2011, Sherrod brought suit against Breitbart for defamation.

    Breitbart was also involved in the 2009 ACORN video controversy. Hannah Giles posed as a prostitute seeking assistance while James O'Keefe portrayed her boyfriend, and clandestinely videotaped meetings with ACORN staff. Subsequent criminal investigations by the Brooklyn District Attorney's office and the California Attorney General found the videos were heavily edited in an attempt to make ACORN's responses "appear more sinister", and contributed to the group's demise. Breitbart then provided a forum for O'Keefe on his BigGovernment.com website and defended his actions on Sean Hannity's Fox News Channel program.