New Jersey Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez had loud sex with different women nightly in his Washington, D.C., apartment, his former neighbor told the liberal gossip website Gawker.
“We lived below him,” the former neighbor said, according to the website. “It was outrageous. When it started, we thought it was a one-time thing. But it went on for months — hours and hours of headbanging sex.”
The report in the liberal Gawker comes on the heels of The Daily Caller’s early Thursday article about how Menendez allegedly paid two women in the Dominican Republic for sex.
The women told TheDC that Menendez agreed to pay them $500 for sex acts earlier this year, but in the end they each received only $100. The women said this happened around Easter time at Casa de Campo, an expensive 7,000-acre resort in the Dominican Republic.
Menendez spokeswoman Tricia Enright has refused to answer any questions about TheDC’s initial reports: “We’re not going to respond to a completely false accusation,” she wrote by email on Wednesday evening.
Then, after the initial report ran, Menendez spokesman Michael Soliman attacked TheDC.
“It is disgusting that on a day when New Jerseyans are focused on responding to one of the worst disasters to ever hit the state, [Republican Senate candidate] Joe Kyrillos and the right-wing smear machine are peddling lies about Bob Menendez,” Soliman said, according to PolitickerNJ.
“Let’s be clear: The accusations Kyrillos and his friends in the right-wing media are peddling are absolutely false. This unsubstantiated, untrue attack is a new low, and we hope that Kyrillos will pull his campaign out of the gutter and join us and other leaders in helping get this state back on its feet. Bob Menendez is going to continue to focus on helping New Jersey recover from the devastation wrought by Hurricane Sandy and will not be distracted by desperate smears from a flailing campaign in the final days before an election.”
Now that left-wing blogs are reporting on the senator’s sex life, the Menendez team is quiet. Enright has not returned TheDC’s request for comment about the allegations in the Gawker article, and Gawker reported that a Menendez spokesperson ignored its request.
Gawker said the former neighbor and Menendez used to share an address in Northeast Washington, D.C., according to public records databases.