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A former mistress of disgraced former New York Congressman Anthony Weiner is suggesting that he is bisexual.
Traci Nobles is believed to be shopping around a juicy tell-all book about her sexual encounter with the doting new dad. The book will feature excerpts from an online conversation that Nobles reportedly shared with 47-year-old Weiner, according to Radar Online.
The conversation is based on planning a threesome with another man, and it has critics are now questioning Weiner's sexuality.
"I'm not really talking about other chicks... How about with another guy?" Weiner asked Nobles.
"Hmmmm, haven't done it before," Nobles said.
"It can be hot," Weiner replies.
"Are you turned on by other guys?" Nobles asked.
"Well it depends on the guy, but generally yes," Weiner divulges.
The explosive allegations come six months after the former Democratic U.S. congressman was forced to resign from politics after serving New York’s ninth congressional district for more than 10 years.
The Christian Post previously reported on a sex scandal that took place in May, which ultimately ended Weiner's otherwise promising political career.
Weiner became the subject of political shame after it was revealed that the married congressman sent lewd pictures to 21-year-old student Gennette Cordova after meeting her on social networking site Twitter.
Although he initially denied any wrongdoing, he was forced to come clean after damning evidence hit the web. At a press conference Weiner admitted that he had in fact, "exchanged messages and photos of an explicit nature with about six women over the last three years."
Just last week CP also reported that Weiner's wife, Huma Abedin, gave birth to the couple's first child.
The 35-year-old deputy chief of staff and aide to U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton stuck by her husband's side despite his infidelities.
The couple's baby boy was named Jordan Zain Weiner, and although he was born slightly premature, he is said to be doing well.
It has been reported that Nobles and Weiner never actually managed to fulfill their plans to have an affair.