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Fifteen Minutes Of Lame

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Exotic dancer Lynsie Lee had caused a small stir in media after having a twitter relationship with Senatorial Candidate Cory Booker. She has now written an article called Fifteen Minutes of Lame, which talks about how it all began with Booker and what she’s been through since it all started.

The web media started to follow Lee after she posted a screencap she took of a conversation with Cory Booker. “It was just a flirt, nothing serious.” Lee said. Suddenly everyone started to think it was a sex scandal similar to that of former Congressman Anthony Weiner.

Lee has a daughter and doesn’t like the way the media tried to portray her. That was one of the reasons she wrote the article. “I was being seen as this horrible thing for political campaign because of my job. We’re both single people. I’m not his mistress. He’s not a pervert, like we didn’t exchange sexual things together. But because my job is sexual, people took it as a sex scandal.” She said.

Lee has gained some notice from this, and her small piece in Hustler Magazine got extended to a few pages after all this. Even though this has helped her get more attention, she says she doesn’t want to make money off of it. “If I charge then that means that I wanted this to happen and that I planned it.” She said.

Lee is disappointed that this entire thing happened. “It kind of ruined my chances of having a relationship.” She said. She’s also always loved politics, and says that’s part of the reason she liked Booker because he was a politician that she enjoyed.

Since this has happened, Booker hasn’t spoken to Lee. “I think he’s avoiding me.” She said.

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