Pornographer to make Weiner film starring sexting partner

Pornographer to make Weiner film starring sexting partner

ginger-lee-dance-e1308257268856Politics makes for strange bedfellow, and when Anthony Weiner is inserted into the equation it just gets stranger by the moment. Before the echoes of his press conference where he admitted to another on-line cyber-sex affair with a woman identified only as “Sydney Leathers,” a Los Angeles pornographer announced he already has in production an adult-only video of the tumultuous sex-text trysts of the controversial Brooklyn Democrat.

The Huffington Post reports that in the face of calls from fellow liberals urging Weiner to pull out of the New York City mayoral race, L.A. pornography distributor Mike Kulich unveiled his latest project. Still in the early stages of production is his Weiner-based sex romp titled, appropriately, “Don’t Pull Out.” Former Weiner cyber-sex recipient and budding porn star Ginger Lee will be featured in at least one scene.

Kulich has pledged a full fifteen percent of the proceeds from the video to the Weiner for Mayor campaign.

The pornographer has also indicated that he may band together with others in the adult film industry to skirt laws that govern campaign donations to form a Perv Super PAC.  The consortium would delve into other the (er!) affairs of other sex-scandalized politicians.

The Ginger Lee Connection…

The aforementioned Lee held a press conference with her attorney, Gloria Allred, in which she made public that then-Congressman Weiner had sent her over 100 unsolicited and sexually explicit e-mails. Lee also claims that she never “sexted” Weiner back:

When the scandal broke and people started emailing me, I did not know what to do. So I emailed Anthony Weiner. He asked me to lie about our communication.

I think that Anthony Weiner should resign, because he lied to the public and the press for more than a week.


T. Kevin Whiteman

T. Kevin Whiteman

T. Kevin Whiteman is a retired Master Sergeant of Marines. He is the founder of the blog Unapologetically Rude and has written for Examiner and other blogs.

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