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Of Course Sydney Leathers Has a Sex Tape

By Anne Cohen

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Surprise, surprise. Syndey Leathers, Anthony Weiner’s latest virtual paramour, has a sex tape.

Subscribers of Vivid Entertainment — incidentally, the same company that Farrah Abraham sold her sex tape to — now have access to two videos of Leathers: a 35-minute video of her photo shoot, complete with frontal nudity and an 18-minute follow up in which Leathers talks about her relationship with the disgraced mayoral candidate.

“Initially Anthony Weiner had poked me on Facebook, and that’s how our conversation started from there,” Leathers told said in a preview video, wearing a black teddy.

“I was shocked and flattered at the same time when I saw that he poked me. And then as the conversations progressed, it quickly turned sexual and it was the same thing. I was just shocked and flattered.”

According to the New York Post, Leathers didn’t hold back. Wearing an unbuttoned white men’s shirt, and wrapped in an American flag, she reportedly said that Weiner wanted to turn his fantasy to reality.

“He kind of talked about maybe helping me get a condo in Chicago and then that became this whole other fantasy of, you know, ‘Well how will I sneak in and out without people recognizing me? How will we have sex and have the neighbors not hearing,’ that type of thing,” Leathers said.

But Weiner isn’t the only one with the celebrity aura. The latest sexting scandal combined with her newly launched sex tape has given Leathers a taste of fame. People even recognize her on the street, she said.

“It’s happening more frequently,” she noted. “In passing the other day, someone said, ‘Oh there’s the Weiner girl.’ “


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