Too Hot For Print: CNN Anchor Jeffrey Toobin's Rumored XXX Sex Fetish

In the Things We Want To Unlearn department, we have now heard what the Daily News couldn't print in today's Rush & Molloy item about CNN anchor Jeffrey Toobin's sexual advances towards a "well-known media figure."

Previously: Toobin's sexual history as the father of a lovechild with CBS anchor Jeff Greenfield's 36 year-old daughter recently came out, and today, Rush & Molloy ran a double-blind on us: a well-known media figure got some pretty lewd advances from Toobin, among other interesting revelations, like how he reportedly hung around a swingers club a little too long while working on a story, enjoyed watching, was shy about participating, for one. Also, he met a "well-known media figure" at a party 15 years ago, and said something dirty to her:

This being a family newspaper, we can't repeat what Toobin allegedly told the woman he'd like to do to her. But the woman recalls, "I didn't even know who he was. I couldn't believe my ears. It was so disgusting. At the time, I never even knew people did that.

"I said, 'What did you just say?' He just chuckled."

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"Later," she says, "he followed me to my hotel room. He tried to invite himself in. He said, 'You know you want it.' I said, 'No, actually I don't.'" The woman says Toobin "really chased me for a while. He called me at the office and left several sick messages." Again, we can't repeat them.

Well, here's what we've heard: while we still don't know who the "well-known media figure" at the center of this is, nor what she said to her, specifically, we have heard from a tipster who asked to remain anonymous that multiple women alleged Toobin was into...

...anal sex and fisting, and had a bit of what could be deemed an "anal fixation," though nobody reported any allegations of "rimming" or "salad tossing" or whatever you're going to call it that will help me not explain exactly how that works. Specifics! Kind of.

Come on, it was 1995, I guess? I know, even I thought it was dirtier, and I was bar-mitzvah'd and confirmed. That would certainly explain his deeply penetrative reporting on the Supreme Court? Whatever, we all have our crazy sh..tuff.

Anyway, consider that lesson learned: if you're a media figure on the rise and say some dirty craziness to someone else who will eventually become a "well-known media figure," you better close the deal. Otherwise said media figure lady will eventually talk to a gossip reporter, and they'll report it, and then a blogger will want to know what was too dirty for the Daily News, put a call out for tips, get one, and report it. Also, commenters, all of you are perverts. The end.