Unless she knows this is a "full figure" photo shoot she´s not going to be happy with the response. Twitter ain´t going to be nice. The truth is that she will treated the same way that Monica was. She´ll make a few bucks then it´s back to the world of make believe. Sad.
OMG. This woman poses on the beach like she is in the SI Swimsuit issue!
Does she not realize or did some one not tell her that her 15 minutes of fame (and that 15 minutes will not be flattering), will be followed by months of really nasty fat jokes on every late night TV program and magazine, and then followed by every possible dysfunction real or manufactured to be associated with her, family and friends? More so, if Wiener wins (which is doubtful), the media will hound her further.
Next step will be a PR agent try to do make over, like they did with Monica, Jennifer Flowers, and all the mistress/girlfriend explosions.
Pathetic...all one has to see is how far Monica fell after her 15 minutes were over.
I agree, #17. There´s something very much not right with her. Creeps like Weiner know how to zero in and exploit young people with psychiatric problems. He´d never be able to snare a mentally healthy, secure, and stable young woman this way.
Wow. Have to say I´m surprised by several previous posts. So if Weiner´s sext-gal looked like one of the Kardashians it would all be okay? Why bash HER? Anthony Weiner is the story here. Maybe we should remember that and NOT play the snark-card.
Neither one chose the other for their looks, and I don´t care about that, except she should have been smarter not to pose. Of course, she should also have been smarter than to sext an idiot, pervert like Weiner.
I had read that this gal originally liked Weiner because of his stand on political issues. Was there just one reporter that asked her what they were? I think the story would be she doesn´t have a clue about that.
I´ll be nice and not comment on her appearance other than to say Huma is MUCH more attractive. What is it with guys of political persuasion who chase after other women when married to attractive spouses?
Well I got up to picture #4 and had to stop. The full-back tattoo was the final straw. The young woman certainly has a good appetite at the dinner table. I bet Huma is so proud of her husband. I read that Bill Klintoon is supposedly livid about the whole thing. Billy boy is probably just jealous of Anthony. He is probably furiously trying to get her phone number right now. Talk about a LO-FO Lib/Prog nutcase. This gal probably has a room-temperature IQ to go along with that full-back tattoo. Baby got back?
Young and lush like Clinton´s young ´un. Is skinny Huma that much better? One wife to run in politics with then and young and lush an ever tempting thing for the liberal twins, Wee Willie Clinton and never seen down Weiner, who haven´t outgrown holding their own or inviting girls to love it? Sheesh.
I had to go look aat the article because I read Bill and Hill want it to go away. Huma and Hillary also wants the wandering its to stay away but out of the news. LOL.
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