Outrageous Weiner Boasts of Using Son as 'Chick Magnet'; Report: Child Services Visits Home
In the midst of his third "sexting" scandal in the last five years, former Congressman Anthony Weiner (D-New York) bragged to the subject of his text exchanges that he was using his young son Jordan Weiner as his “chick magnet”.
In March of 2015, the elder Weiner and the mystery brunette from the West Coast were discussing putting young Jordan “to work,” the New York Post reported.
— New York Post (@nypost) August 31, 2016
“Already at work. Being a chick magnet,” Weiner wrote, accompanied by a picture of Jordan in a toddler swing at a city park.
“It’s like a puppy. Chicks love cute kids and puppies,” the woman replied.
The Post also broke the news Wednesday afternoon that Weiner apparently garnered further unwanted attention - from City Hall.
The New York Administration for Children’s Services launched an investigation into the child’s involvement in the affair, the paper said.
One of the grittier exchanges released this week contains a picture of Weiner’s briefs-clad midsection with Jordan curled up next to him.
The Post reported that Children’s Services personnel, following protocol, showed up at Weiner’s home in Manhattan’s Union Square district to investigate.
Weiner’s wife, Clinton aide Huma Abedin, announced Tuesday she was separating from the disgraced former Brooklyn representative.
Since his first sexting scandal broke in 2011, Weiner has been in and out of public infamy.
While running for the Democratic mayoral nomination in 2013 against comptroller John Liu and eventual winner Bill de Blasio, he became embroiled in the “Carlos Danger” scandal with adult film actress Sydney Leathers.
More recently, he reacted on his now-deactivated Twitter account to post-GOP convention talk that Donald Trump Jr. could run for mayor in the next election, writing that he would enter the race just to “beat [Trump Jr.] like a rented mule” and resign the post back to de Blasio.
De Blasio told the New York Daily News Wednesday that Weiner should “address his issues, and not worry about public office.”
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