For all the bad news Anthony Weiner's received in the last few days following another sexting scandal and the announcement that his wife is leaving him, some good news has just come through. The disgraced former congressman has received a job offer from a porn site, Page Six reported.
The job opportunity came from Porn.com VP Charles Anderson, who on Thursday said, "Anthony Weiner's most recent series of 'sextings' have made it quite clear that he suffers from sex addiction. As is often the case with addiction, his life has been turned upside down. His marriage has ended and he has lost his job at NY 1."
Weiner was a contributor to local news channel NY1 and separately had a recurring segment called "Weiner Wednesday" (now on hiatus) on a radio show. Anderson continued, "Porn.com takes sex addiction very seriously and we realize Mr. Weiner is in a very bad place. He must feel very alone, except for the nameless women he has been sending the now infamous 'crotch shots.'"
Porn.com offered Weiner the distinct honor of being the site’s first love and sex columnist. The column, titled "Dear Mr. Weiner," would be part advice column but would also see him discuss porn and rate his favorite adult films. "The beauty of this for Mr. Weiner is he would be able to spend his day immersed in sex, sexting as often as he likes and would be paid (handsomely) for his time," Anderson said.
Days ago it was revealed Weiner was up to his old sexting ways, even doing so while in bed with his toddler son, as photos posted by the New York Post showed. The sexts, believed to have been sent last year, were first reported on by the Post in late August. On Monday, Weiner's wife Huma Abedin, vice-chair of Hillary Clinton's campaign, announced the two were separating.