In a recent New York Times Magazine tell-all, Anthony Weiner took the first steps toward humanizing himself in the eyes of voters, portraying himself as a reformed man battling and overcoming personal obstacles. Now, in her own interview with the Times, Christine Quinn — in what the paper deems an effort to "soften her often rough-edged political image" — sees Weiner's obsession with Internet crotch photography and raises him bulimia and alcoholism, both of which she suffered from for a decade until she entered rehab when she was 26 years old. “It seemed like the greatest idea I had ever heard,” Quinn says of purging, which she began doing around the time her mother was dying of cancer.
Most Viewed Stories
It’s Time to Start Liking Tom Cruise Again
Are You a Head Person or a Heart Person?
Hunter Rebecca Francis Has a Thing or Two to Teach Us About the Wild
Sean Penn and Charlize Theron Are Living Out Your Worst Breakup Fears
True Detective Recap: Sad and Lonely People
The 26-Year-Old Sleeping With Two of Her Neighbors
Donald Trump Is Making the Republican Party’s Florida Problem Worse
Want to Be Better at Your Job? Have a Kid.
Innocent Hitchhiking Robot Murdered by America
How National Lampoon Went From Making Jokes to Becoming One