The NYC meteorologist who was canned after nude photos of him from an adult website were sent to his employer allegedly gave out his personal information during a livestream on the porn site last year while he pleasured himself, according to a report.
Erick Adame, the NY1 meteorologist who claims he was fired after someone allegedly leaked his nudes in a “revenge porn plot” to his mom and his employer, recently came clean on Instagram about his decade-long secret appearances online, apologized and said he was getting professional help for the “compulsive behavior.”
But new audio obtained by The Desk has emerged of the Emmy-nominated weatherman’s performances where he reportedly disclosed his name, address, and job description to some 700 men on the adult site Chaturbate, where he allegedly performed sex acts on himself.
In the broadcast, which was made in late December, he encouraged watchers to stop by his house for a sexual encounter, 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 says, The Desk reported
The Desk noted during Adame’s livestream in December, he made comments about his boss.
“I think it’d be hot if my boss saw me,” he reportedly said. “I would love my boss to f–k me on camera.”
The weatherman also urged a viewer to give him a phrase that he promised to write across his chest, according to the video cited by the news outlet. He reportedly scrawled “Erick Sl-t Adame NY1” on his body.
Adame’s rep Howard Bragman said the leaked nudes are “classic revenge porn” and his client never mentioned his boss.
“Somebody recognized him and thought they would play God and share it with his employer and his family,” Bragman told The Post last week.
Adame is seeking a court order to force the site to reveal the identity of the person who leaked the material, noting he intends to sue them but needs their real identity to do so.
The crisis manager told The Desk that various allegations about what Adame said and did during the broadcasts — including the claim that he mentioned his boss — were “partially or wholly inaccurate,” though he declined to respond to a message asking for clarification on what was inaccurate.