Dominican Hookers Say NJ Senator Menendez Shortchanged Them for Sex: “He says one thing and does another”

Posted by on Nov 01, 2012 at 10:10 am

Geez, Bob, at least pay them what you promised.

Two women from the Dominican Republic told The Daily Caller that Democratic New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez paid them for sex earlier this year.

In interviews, the two women said they met Menendez around Easter at Casa de Campo, an expensive 7,000 acre resort in the Dominican Republic. They claimed Menendez agreed to pay them $500 for sex acts, but in the end they each received only $100.

The women spoke through a translator in the company of their attorney, Melanio Figueroa. Both asked that their identities remain obscured for fear of reprisals in the Dominican Republic.

When shown a photograph of Sen. Menendez, the women said they recognized him as the man with whom they’d had sexual relations at Casa de Campo this spring. Both said they were brought to the resort with the understanding they would be paid for sex.

Neither knew the identity of the man at the time. Both claimed to recognize him later as Sen. Menendez.

“He called him[self] ‘Bob,’” said one.

One woman said Menendez wooed her with compliments like “beautiful” before they slept together. The other woman recounted, with apparent bitterness, receiving from an intermediary only $100 of the $500 she had been promised.

“He lies,” she said of Menendez. “He says one thing and does another.”

This will never see the light of day in the lamestream media as Menendez sails to re-election next Tuesday.

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One Response to “Dominican Hookers Say NJ Senator Menendez Shortchanged Them for Sex: “He says one thing and does another””

  1. Esau's Message on 2/02/12 at 9:25 am

    Personal immorality, especially sexual immorality, doesn’t count against a Democrat. (Well, almost never, I guess Weiner is the exception that proves the rule.) Dems are elected by a coalition of interests, so long as the pol delivers to his constituent groups he gets reelected.

    GOP candidates campaign primarily on appeals to principles, including personal morality. When they’re caught out, it usually destroys their careers. (Here David Vitter is the exception that proves the rule; in Louisiana, I believe sexual indiscretion is a birthright.)

    Incidentally, Bob’s sexual indiscretions have been confirmed by a DC neighbor claiming he brings home a different woman every night and has disturbingly loud wild sex with her. See Sen. Menendez had loud sex with different girl every night.