Weiner Allegedly Shows His Wiener Again, Uses Alias ‘Carlos Danger’
According to Arizona-based gossip blog “The Dirty,” Anthony Weiner is back to his old ways, as an anonymous 22-year-old woman claims she embarked on a six-month online relationship with the New York City mayoral hopeful.
According to the woman, who says she thought she and Anthony had fallen for each other, Weiner used an alias to protect his identity.
The alias? Carlos Danger. No, we’re not kidding.
The woman claims Weiner offered her a condo in Chicago and a job at Politico.
Here’s what the anonymous woman wrote:
“The part that’s most annoying is that I was 22 and in a bad place, but if anyone asked him he would say the same thing about himself, yet he’s an adult. This was a bad situation for me because I really admired him. Even post scandal, I thought he was misunderstood. Until I got to know him. I thought I loved him. Pretty pathetic.
“Last August he even offered to help me get a condo in Chicago, without me asking. I’ll send screenshots of everything. I’m trusting you to keep my name out of it, because like I said, it was obviously a mistake. I was young and dumb. I just want people to really know he’s lying when he acts like he has changed.”
Hate to break it to her, but at 22-years-old, she’s an adult, too.
Weiner’s team has yet to respond to requests for comments on the issue.
Weiner allegedly used the name “Dangr33” on the website Foursquare, a question-and-answer based social network.
This isn’t necessarily a shock, however, as Weiner said in April he expected other sexting messages to be leaked.
“If reporters want to go try to find more, I can’t say that they’re not going to be able to find another picture, or find another person who may want to come out on their own,” Weiner said in April. “Basically, New Yorkers know the story. I did it. I did it with multiple people.”
Weiner keeps it real at all times. He loves the ladies, and he can’t deny it. This shouldn’t hurt his mayoral bid because New Yorkers generally don’t care about sex scandals. Truthfully, the majority of us are caught up in one.
Via NY Mag, Photo credit: WENN, The Dirty