Ex-Congressman Anthony Weiner could land in the state Legislature — as namesake for proposed legislation to close a loophole in New York’s sexting with minors laws.Dean Hart, a Long Island Democrat running for the state Assembly, called Friday for laws specifically dealing with salacious conversations between adults and minors via smartphone or the internet.Estimated to be a billion dollar industry, the live streaming of sex abuse in the Philippines is a vital source of income for those in small poverty-struck villages.The problem is that a large proportion of the children residing there are using the trade as a means to provide financial support to their families.Because there are so many more men joining the site than there are women, female users take to marketing themselves to men who will pay- one anonymous user claimed she makes ,000 to ,000 a year “working” full-time on the site.It’s an interesting experiment with a monetized social network.
During a playful exchange between the couple, the US reality TV star told her: “You suck!
Anthony Weiner’s cellphone records subpoenaed in sexting probe “I will introduce the ‘Anthony Weiner Bill’ to close loopholes where adults can get away with creepy behavior,” said Hart.
Weiner made yet another unwanted return to the headlines Wednesday when his cyber-relationship with a 15-year-old North Carolina high school student was exposed.
Huma Abedin smiles day after new Anthony Weiner scandal revealed But the Daily Mail reported the sexually charged exchanges between Weiner and the teen began in January and went on for months.
Weiner — who had previously used the pseudonym “Carlos Danger” during his raunchy ramblings — identified himself as “T Dog” with the Tar Heel teen.