Ginger Lee: Anthony Weiner Helped Me Lie About Online Tryst

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This is just getting ridiculous now.

First, it was Lisa Weiss. Then Meagan Broussard. Now a third woman, former porn star Ginger Lee, is alleging that she was involved in an online sexual relationship with moronic U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner.

One that could pose legal complications for him, in fact.

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Rep. Weiner instructed Ginger Lee to lie about their relationship and even offered PR help from his team in the process, according to TMZ.

Weiner and Lee exchanged scores of sexual emails over a long period of time. When the Twitpic scandal broke on May 28, Lee began receiving calls from the media, and Weiner was more than happy to help.

On June 2, Weiner emailed Lee, "Do you need to talk to a professional PR type person to give u advice? I can have someone on my team call."

Hilariously, he then added, "[Yeah, my team is doing great. Ugh]."

It's unclear if Weiner's PR team is from his Congressional staff. If so, Weiner could run afoul of House Ethics Rules as well as the law.

Either way, Weiner urged Lee to lie about their relationship.

On June 1, he emailed her: "The key is to have a short, thought out statement that tackles the top line questions. Have a couple of iterations of: 'This is silly.  Like so many others, I follow Rep. Weiner on Twitter." 

"I don't know him and have never met him. He briefly followed me and sent me a dm saying thank you for the follow. That's it.'"

Weiner suggested a nice touch to make it convincing - some good ol' Southern charm: "Then maybe insert some y'alls in there."

On June 2, Weiner sent Lee a proposed statement she could give to the press: "I have nothing to do with the situation involving Rep Weiner."

"I follow his twitter feed. And for a brief time he followed me. Much has been made of the fact that I have posted about my admiration for Rep Weiner and his politics. All I can say about that is that I'm a fan of his."

"Rep. Weiner sent me one short direct message thanking me for following him. I have never met Rep. Weiner and he has never sent me anything innappopriate (sic) ..." He then asked, "How's it [the proposed statement] feel?"

How do you feel? Should be resign?

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