Weiner Used Son As A “Chick Magnet” In Latest Scandal


Anthony Weiner not only sent his latest sexting partner a crotch shot with his young son next to him in bed, in a message he bragged to the woman about using his 4 year old son as a “chick magnet.”

According to the New York Post, “The stray-at-home dad’s stunning admission followed his repeated gripes about a lack of action in his marital bed, at one point complaining he was only having sex once every two months, according to screenshots obtained by The Post.”

Weiner told the woman he had dropped off his son “at grandpas after school,” but complained that the free baby-sitting only “bought him a couple of hours”

“Put him to work,” the woman wrote to Weiner during their conversation.

Weiner then sent the woman a photo of his son sitting in a playground swing, holding a toy car in his hands.

“Already at work. Being a chick magnet,” he wrote.

“It’s like a puppy. Chicks love cute kids and puppies,” she wrote back.

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This wasn’t the only picture Weiner sent this woman of his son. There are at least nine images featuring the boy that he sent to this woman.

The pictures that feature the boy include the crotch shot that finally prompted Weiner’s wife Huma Abedin to leave him. Other pictures show the boy lounging barefoot in an easy chair while wearing a Batman T-shirt and sweatpants, wearing shorts and a pair of shades for a mirror selfie shot with his dad, and wrapped in a towel and sitting in his dad’s lap in front of a palm tree.

On Wednesday Fox News reported that NY Child Welfare officials launched a probe into Weiner.

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