Weatherman who ‘secretly masturbated on cam site begged viewers to join him’

A popular weatherman has been fired from his job after he masturbated on an adult website and begged viewers to come and join him.

Erick Adame, the NY1 meteorologist, allegedly gave out his personal information during a live stream on a porn site last year.

However, he claims he was kicked to the curb after someone sent his nudes to his mum and employer in a "revenge porn plot".

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The Emmy-nominated meteorologist confessed to making decade-long appearances online and said he was seeking help to cope with “compulsive behaviour”.

In new audio obtained by The Desk, it has been alleged that he disclosed his name, address and his job role to around 700 men on the adult site Chaturbate – where he is said to have pleasured himself.

He is even said to have encouraged his watchers to come to his house for a sexual encounter in late December, according to the news outlet.

“At this point, I’m pretty sure my first name, last name, address, has all f––g been out there, and this p—y still hasn’t been f––d,” Adame allegedly said.

The Desk claimed Adame also commented about his boss during the live stream.

“I think it’d be hot if my boss saw me,” he allegedly said. “I would love my boss to f–k me on camera.”

His representative Howard Bragman said the leaked photos were “classic revenge porn” and disputed claims his client spoke about his boss.

Bragman said the allegations were “partially or wholly inaccurate”.

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“Somebody recognized him and thought they would play God and share it with his employer and his family,” he added.

It has been reported the weatherman is seeking a court order to make the site identify the person behind the leak.

Adame hopes to sue them if their identity is revealed, reports New York Post.

A source with Spectrum News said the company worked with Adame “for months on this issue” before he was sacked.


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