Geraldo's wife stands by her man too

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It is the week for wives to stand by their spouse under unusual circumstances. There’s much public attention on Huma Abedin, who has sworn continued allegiance to Anthony Weiner despite his sexting habits and lurid photos.

Now Geraldo Rivera’s fifth wife Erica has stepped forward to cast a little forgiving glow on her husband’s recent personal foray into pin-up art. The talk radio host and Fox News contributor tweeted a nearly nude image of himself in rose-colored glasses and a strategically placed bath towel in the wee hours of the morning - with unintended comedic repercussions, not to mention multiple comparisons to himself and Mr. Weiner.

During an appearance on her hubby’s radio show on Wednesday, wife Erica, 38, revealed she was initially disturbed. But hey. This was Geraldo, and social media.

“I clearly have the hottest 70-year-old husband in the world, and now the whole world knows it too.” she said.

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