Christopher lee craigslist dating scandal
I'm sure he hooked up with women from Craigslist who may have had, um, seedy paths.'Mr Lee said this week: 'I regret the harm that my actions have caused my family, my staff and my constituents. I have made profound mistakes and I promise to work as hard as I can to seek their forgiveness.'He also told Fox News: 'I have to work this out with my wife.'Mr Lee had emailed Ms Callahan, listed as single and of black/Irish descent after she posted an ad in the Women Seeking Men section, beginning: 'Will someone prove to me not all CL men look like toads? The second-term congressman, who was serving the 26th District of New York, replied with a topless picture and the caption: 'Hope I'm not a toad. 'I'm sure there are other women out there he's met.
My theory is, you don't get caught your first time out.'In July 2010 it was reported that Mr Lee was among a group of Congressmen warned to curb their social lives.'On the Hill, there's a lot of older men that just go home when they're done with votes,' a longtime Capitol Hill Club member told Roll Call. John Boehner, then the House Minority leader, reportedly warned all GOP members that the Republican Party would not tolerate scandals.
Christopher Lee is a married Republican congressman serving the 26th District of New York. From: Christopher Lee To: [redacted]@Date: Sat, Jan 15, 2011 AMLol. After first telling us that he couldn't comment until we forwarded every single email in question, a request we refused—shouldn't Lee know if he's corresponded with women on Craigslist? The emails were sent more than a week before the alleged hack.
But when he trolls Craigslist's "Women Seeking Men" forum, he's Christopher Lee, "divorced" "lobbyist" and "fit fun classy guy." One object of his flirtation told us her story. To: Christopher Lee From: [redacted]@Date: Friday, January 14, 2011 PMAre you sure that's not a photo from a Jcpenney ad? —Lee's spokesman eventually announced that the Congressman believed he'd been hacked, and provided an email he claims Lee sent to his staff about the security breach on January 21. The shirtless photo—which, according to metadata contained in the picture, was taken in Washington, D.
He said Mr Lee was 'a hard worker and a good guy' who 'loved and cared for' his community.'He was 100 per cent professional with us, 100 per cent supportive and seriously was considerate and concerned with aviation safety, so to hear that he's resigned is a huge loss of support for our efforts,' Mr Maurer said.
Now, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo must call a special election to fill Mr Lee's seat.
Mr Lee was elected to his post in 2008 and served constituents stretching from suburban Buffalo to suburban Rochester.
" she asked, inviting "financially & emotionally secure" men to reply. (It's the same Gmail account that was associated with Lee's personal Facebook account, which the Congressman deleted when we started asking questions.)By email, Lee identified himself as a 39-year-old divorced lobbyist and sent a PG picture to the woman from the ad. And funny it is."The Congressman is happily married," said Lee's spokesman when pressed for answers to our questions.