Pictured above is Gennette Cordova (left), the 21-year-old college student who originally helped to get this Weinergate thing started. But in this post, you’ll get to see photos of all the main accusers. And wait till you see the pic of Representative Anthony Weiner (D- NY) with his cats, and his provocative photo title. Hilarious. Party on!
-Up next after Cordova is Meagan Broussard (pictured below), the 26-year-old Texan who received of Weiner’s (D – NY) sexts, has a MLB connection. (Busted Coverage)
“Her brother, Ben Broussard, played seven seasons in the bigs with the Cleveland Indians, Seattle Mariners and Texas Rangers. If you’ve never heard of him, you’re probably not alone…Broussard, a former second-round draft pick of the Cincinnati Reds, batted a middle-of-the-road .263 during his career. His last season in the majors was 2008, when he played in only 26 games. His Twitter account has been silent since June 2.”
By Paul M. Banks
-Weinergate completely blew up yesterday as….(Daily Mail)
…”Congressmen Anthony Weiner was rocked by further scandal today after two new women came forward claiming to have had intimate on-line encounters with the shamed politician.
Sexually suggestive images sent to one woman appear to show the beleaguered congressman in his Washington offices, with his pet ‘pussys’ and with his shirt off – posing for the camera.
And just hours after the images emerged, a second woman came forward claiming to have been sent 200 sexually explicit Facebook messages by the congressman.”
-Hitting third is porn actress and stripper Ginger Lee frequently gushes over her “crush” on the slender congressman on her blog. On March 13, Lee tweeted ecstatically, “you know it’s a good day when you wake up to a [direct message] from @RepWeiner. (I’m a fangirl, y’all, he’s my trifecta of win.)” In a follow-up tweet, Lee explains that Weiner “thanked me for the shout-outs and said he likes my blog” in the message. (Weiner briefly followed Lee on Twitter, according to an outraged April tweet from the obsessive conservative blogger who broke Weinergate.)
-Batting clean-up is our local girl, Milwaukee’s very own Lisa Weiss, a Las Vegas Black Jack dealer, and another woman who had “cybersex” with Weiner (Hollywood Gossip)
-The wife of Cleveland Browns QB Colt McCoy was on ESPN radio, and made some very interesting comments about the relationship between agents and college football players at the University of Texas (Sports By Brooks)
“I know he was approached quite a bit (by agents), but you know how Colt is, he can brush it off, move on and not go down that road.
“But I saw so many of his teammates who didn’t have the self control (of her husband Colt) to be able to say no to somebody.”
-This is fun, bet on the what the next college football program will be to get hit by sanctions (Kegs n Eggs)
-BRAVO to you, people of Florence, Italy. Great job! (Wall Street Journal)
“The cast of “Jersey Shore” relocated to this Tuscan citadel expecting to bask in their Italian heritage and soak up the country’s legendary hospitality. What they’re getting is a very cold shoulder.
One of the town’s chic eateries has posted a “No Grazie, Jersey Shore” sign outside its door, instructing cast members to stay away. The cultural superintendent has barred the entire cast from being filmed in the city’s hallowed museums.”
-Life does indeed go on for the Ohio State Buckeyes football program (Lost Lettermen)
“Kyle Kalis, a four-star 2012 offensive tackle recruit, was distraught when he heard the news but was convinced to stay with the program by interim coach Luke Fickell. Will Kalis be a building block for the Buckeyes’ new future?
The 6-foot-5, 300-pound behemoth from outside Cleveland is projected as one of the finest offensive line recruits in the country and the 18th overall recruit in the nation by Rivals.com.”
Paul M. Banks is CEO of The Sports Bank.net. He’s also a regular contributor to Chicago Now, Walter Football.com, Yardbarker, and Fox Sports You can follow him on Twitter @thesportsbank and Facebook
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