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Indiana Democrat ➠ AKA “B*tch Boy” Who Posted Photos Of His Bare A$$ On Twitter ➠ Returns To Work

Indiana Democrat, AKA “B*tch Boy,” Who Posted Photos of His Bare A$$ on Twitter, Returns to Work

Indiana State Rep. Justin Moed, who was outed last week as Twitter user “B*tch Boy” by porn-star Sydney Leathers, spoke to his colleagues on the House floor today.

Rep. Moed, a Democrat, posted photos of his bare a$$ on Twitter.

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Moed asked porn-star Leathers to dominate him. And he sent her photos of his bare a$$.

Moed returned to the Indiana House on Monday, saying he wanted to “rebuild” after the story broke last week.
The Indy Star reported:

A contrite state Rep. Justin Moed returned to the Indiana House on Monday, saying he wanted to rebuild in the wake of a sexting scandal with Indiana porn star Sydney Leathers.

 

“I messed up, OK. And I’m sorry. And I’m trying to work through it, processing it as a human, as any other human would try to. I’m really thankful for all the people who reached out,” Moed said Monday. “It was a difficult few days.”

 

“I committed the act. My reaction was talk to my parents, talk to my fiancee and come clean,” he said. “We’re all human, and we all make mistakes, but I don’t believe that this defines me as who I am. And I think that what speaks to that is the people who have reached out from the community and my colleagues on both sides of the aisle.”

 

Moed did not go into details Monday and would not refute any of the many exchanges Leathers provided, saying none of it was inaccurate, as far as he knew.

Moed returned to work Monday.

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