Anthony Weiner Gym Photos Revealed: Nude, Near-Nude Pics at Taxpayer-Funded Facility?

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Sun, Jun 12, 2011 at 3:34 PM
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Anthony Weiner probably wishes there was no such place as Los Angeles.

First an L.A. blogger revealed that the U.S. congressman from New York was sexting -- including at least one nude penis photo -- with women who aren't his wife. Now L.A.-based TMZ published 11 Weiner pics -- one nude, a couple in crotch-grabbing mode -- of himself while he apparently used the taxpayer-funded House Members Gym.

Gives new meaning to the term House Members. All the while ...

... Weiner refuses to resign his house position. House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi called on Weiner to resign yesterday. You know, to save her fellow liberals from further embarrassment over the scandal.

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This after it was revealed that Weiner traded Twitter messages with a 17-year-old female follower.

After cops went to her home in Delaware Friday to check it out, it looks like the communication was not sexual or illegal.

At least that's Weiner's stand (cops haven't said otherwise).

At this point you would think it's a matter of when, not if, for Weiner's resignation. But he does have constituents who still support him and don't care less what we think of him in L.A.


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