Anthony Weiner, Ashton Kutcher, Tiger Woods and More Celebrity Sexters

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Anthony Weiner

Though he previously claimed that he could not say "with certitude" that the notorious gray underwear-covered crotch shot was his, embattled Congressman Anthony Weiner admitted to tweeting a lewd photo to a woman in Seattle at a press conference Monday afternoon. He apologized with tears in his eyes, telling the world the photo "was of me, and I sent it." The New York Democratic representative explained that when he realized that it was posted on Twitter, he panicked, and then lied, claiming he was hacked. Weiner also confessed to inappropriate exchanges with at least six other women, some prior to and others during his marriage to Huma Abedin, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's aide. Still, Weiner would not let his online activity ruin his career—he refused to resign from office and says he and Abedin will stay together. "We will weather this," Weiner said. "I love her very much and she loves me."

Carrie Prejean

This former Miss California USA 2009 and Miss USA runner-up was initially embroiled in a bit of controversy after she spoke out against same-sex marriage during the Miss USA 2009 competition. But that was just the start of Carrie Prejean's troubles. Her Miss California USA contract was later terminated by Donald Trump after several partially nude shots she was sending to her boyfriend surfaced, followed by rumors of a sex tape. "Recently, photos taken of me as a teenager have been released surreptitiously to a tabloid website that openly mocks me for my Christian faith. I am not perfect, and I will never claim to be," Prejean said in response to the leak. Though she lost her crown, the beauty queen gained a husband, backup Oakland Raiders quarterback Kyle Boller in November 2010, and a baby just last week.

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Jesse James

Though it's not clear who was on the giving and receiving end of each of these text messages InTouch Weekly published between Sandra Bullock's ex-husband, Jesse James, and his alleged mistress of 11 months, Michelle "Bombshell" McGee, the tone on both ends is apparent. McGee, a tattoo model, opted to print the texts in an effort to prove that James was, as she claimed, still involved with her during the high point of Bullock's professional career—the 2010 awards season. Though the actress did earn her first Oscar for The Blind Side, the win was followed by reports of three more mistresses in addition to McGee and eventually, the dissolution of her marriage.

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Tiger Woods

At the close of 2009, Tiger Woods' life and career were in a state of disarray. Daily it seemed a new woman would pop up in the media, claiming to have slept with the married father of two. Some, however, had more proof than others. Cocktail waitress Jaimee Grubbs, for example, released a slew of alleged texts from Woods that ranged from "I will wear you out soon" to references to watching Desperate Housewives. But that was nothing compared to the graphic texts to another alleged mistress, porn star Joslyn James. Her long list of reportedly raunchy messages from Woods included: "I would love to have the ability to make you sore," "You are my fucking whore," "Have you ever had a golden shower done to you?"

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Vanessa Hudgens

She may have been known for wholesome Disney fare like High School Musical, but Hudgens has twice seen private nude images of herself leaked online. In 2007, Hudgens apologized to her fans for several risqué shots, which she was allegedly sending her former boyfriend Drake Bell, surfaced online. Hudgens told People magazine she was "embarrassed over this situation," but two years later, more topless pictures emerged—snapped by Hudgens herself—and the actress' lawyers quickly had them taken down. The young star later told Seventeen: "It's very unfortunate because with the Internet these days, you don't have a personal life. Nothing is private: Everyone knows everything, and they can find out everything about you. You're not as safe as you think you are, and you have to be aware of the people you're around."

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Brett Favre

Unlike most of the other women on the receiving end of textual advances in this gallery, Jenn Sterger—a reporter and former Maxim model—allegedly rejected Brett Favre. Although the Minnesota Vikings quarterback reportedly sent the crotch shots and messages in question in 2008, they came into the spotlight in October, when Deadspin.com posted Favre's alleged audio and visual attempts to win over Sterger. Favre, a longtime football hero, has been married to wife Deanna for 14 years and the couple has two daughters. Although he denied sending the obscene photos, the 41-year-old grandfather admitted to the voicemails and apologized to his teammates for the scandal. The NFL launched an investigation of the incident, which led to a $50,000 fine for Favre. And with the January announcement that he hung up his helmet, the scandal seems to have settled.

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Ashton Kutcher

Toward the end of 2010, 21-year-old Brittney Jones appeared on the cover of Star magazine, claiming that she had an affair with Demi Moore's much younger husband, Ashton Kutcher. The then-47-year-old actress was out of town filming LOL: Laughing Out Loud, and though the couple denied any separation rumors, Jones revealed a select number of text messages that she saved on her BlackBerry. She claimed Kutcher demanded he watch as she delete any damning evidence, but she allegedly managed to salvage a few.

Chris Lee

Former Republican Rep. Chris Lee showed his abs, then lost his career, thanks to a Gawker exposé of his Craigslist adventures in February. The "Craigslist Congressman" attempted to meet up with a female, 34-year-old government employee in Maryland, Gawker learned. Lee, 46, claimed to be a 39-year-old, divorced lobbyist. Much like Weinergate, Lee's office initially claimed the incident was due to a hacker and pressed that he "is happily married," but a formal statement released hours later announced he was resigning due to "profound mistakes." He later told Fox News, "I have to work this out with my wife." And though his steadfast spouse Michele admitted she was "humiliated," she remains committed to her husband—and his muscles.

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George Lopez

A kidney and 17 years of marriage was allegedly not enough for TBS' original late-night host to stay clean. George Lopez married his wife, Ann, in 1993 and the two had one daughter together. In 2005, when a genetic condition was causing Lopez's kidneys to deteriorate, she donated hers to save her husband. "It's the second stage of my life," Lopez told the Los Angeles Times of his wife's generous act. And how did he allegedly repay her? Five years and 45 pounds after the surgery, a professional escort from Tampa Bay, Florida, named "Tiffany" told The National Enquirer that she slept with Lopez for $500. In the May 31 issue, the woman also alleged that the comedian attempted to initiate a threesome via text message with her and her friend "Samantha"—whom he slept with that same day. During a 2007 HBO special, Lopez joked about text speak, coining the acronym, "FTP," which stands for "fuck that puto" (derogatory slang in Spanish for male prostitute). Four months after Tiffany's initial claims were printed, Lopez and his wife filed for divorce, calling the decision "amicable."

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Tony Parker

In the wake of one of 2010's most wishy-washy divorces, a source revealed that Eva Longoria's husband, San Antonio Spurs star Tony Parker, had an emotional affair via text message with Erin Barry, the wife of his teammate and a friend of the couple. "It was flirtatious, but he never did anything with her," the insider told People in November. Just one month before Parker and the Desperate Housewives actress officially split, Barry and her husband Brent also filed for divorce. Barry and Longoria had developed a friendship as fellow wives of Spurs players, just as their husbands did on the court. "We're like family," Parker once said of the bond between the two couples. Though Longoria, Parker, and the Barrys did not reveal the details of their respective splits, an inside source told the New York Daily News that Parker committed the ultimate crime: "The worst thing you did was to cheat with your best friend's wife."