Weiner ‘Sextee’ Writes Tell-All Book

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U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY) announces his resignation June 16, 2011 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. The resignation comes ten days after the congressman admitted to sending lewd photos of himself on Twitter to multiple women.

Just as the Anthony Weiner scandal was quieting down, one of the former congressman’s “sextees” has written a tell-all account of their exchanges. The Daily Mail is publishing exclusive excerpts from Traci Nobles’s I Freinded You [sic], which quotes many of the messages Weiner exchanged over a nine-month period with the 35-year-old former cheerleading coach. In several salacious texts, Weiner reportedly complained of his in-laws’ “backwards thinking,” saying his wife’s parents never fully accepted him because of his Jewish background. “They just believe I should be Muslim or convert … it makes for a lot of uncomfortable meetings,” he wrote.