Sheryl Weinstein's Husband: Don't Be So Quick To Judge My Whore Wife

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First, buy her book, because he'll be taking half the profits, Ron Weinstein told The Daily Beast. Also discussed in what must have been the most awkward conversation ever were Ron's thoughts on:
The adultery being NBD but hit his portfolio took? Quite another:

The Weinsteins move in circles where it's tacitly understood that wives play around, too, but they do it discreetly. Disclosing an affair isn't desirable, but Ron doesn't think it should be the end of a marriage. "Affairs are commonplace and shouldn't be such a big deal," he says. "However, having an affair with the person who is the biggest crook in the world and stole all my assets is another issue entirely."

The dick talk:

"I thought it was trashy," Ron says, "but I thought it was necessary to get insight into how somebody becomes a sociopath. What happens when they're young that can cause somebody to be this horrible?"

Me and you:

Citing the Judeo-Christian principles "this country was built on," he says he told her, "I think the masses are not going to feel a whole lot of empathy for you. I don't think they understand. I read blogs, I read the comments, and I get nauseous. As hurtful as [the book] is to me, it was probably necessary or she'd be a basket case. It doesn't mean I have to agree with her, but I understand it. When people write these things on these blogs, what the hell do they know? They're looking at the surface." He describes the cliché-ridden attacks--"She cheated on her husband, she's a money hungry slut"--stops talking in order to collect his emotions, then explains: "I dislike the choice she made. I am not okay with it, but I try to understand it."

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