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Chris Hansen Allegedly Sent Anthony Weiner-Style Photos to WPTV Reporter Kristyn Caddell

A week after news hit that “To Catch a Predator” star Chris Hansen had been caught on a hidden camera rendezvousing with WPTV reporter Kristyn Caddell, new allegations have emerged that Hansen sent the 30-year-old reporter Anthony Weiner-style photos of himself.

Sources close to the alleged lovers told the National Enquirer that Caddell showed friends a couple of suggestive photos that Hansen had emailed her shortly after they met.

According to the Enquirer: “One of the images shows Chris standing in a hotel room in front of a large mirror. He’s wearing only a white bathrobe that’s completely open–showing off his entire chest and midsection – with one hand concealing his genitals.”

The other image reportedly shows Hansen posing in bed wearing the same bathrobe.

Both Hansen and Caddell have refused to speak publicly about their relationship, which allegedly began when the two met in the VIP section of a Palm Beach nightclub.

Cadell has not returned several calls and emails from TVSpy seeking comment. When contacted about the original report last week, a “Dateline” spokesperson issued a “no comment.”

As rumors swirl about her relationship with Hansen, Caddell has continued to work.  Most recently, she appeared on WPTV’s evening newscasts on Friday and Saturday, covering a dramatic boat fire that raged in the Port of Palm Beach.

[Via Daily Mail]


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