Yankees GM Brian Cashman's Wife Files for Divorce Amid Stalking Scandal

Feb 4, 2012 Full story: DNAinfo.com 44

The wife of Yankees GM Brian Cashman filed for divorce amid a stalking scandal involving a TriBeCa woman who claimed she dated him.

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Paul Priore

United States

#1 Feb 6, 2012
Re: New York Yankees General Manager:
Brian Cashman is nothing more then a contemptuous little weasel, who has no boundaries, morals or scruples whatsoever.
His wife did the smartest thing by filing divorce.
Brian two publicized infidelities are the tip of the ice burg.
Brian is pathological in ever way, shape or form.
I have known Brian and his duplicities for years and I can't begin to start by telling you about this miscreant little nim.
You should continue to dig for dirt on him, because Brian is not what he appears to be.

Paul Priore
(Ex-NY Yankees clubhouse attendant.)

“2014 ! The Bar is Open !”

Since: Dec 07

Daytona Beach

#2 Feb 6, 2012
Paul Priore wrote:
Re: New York Yankees General Manager:
Brian Cashman is nothing more then a contemptuous little weasel, who has no boundaries, morals or scruples whatsoever.
His wife did the smartest thing by filing divorce.
Brian two publicized infidelities are the tip of the ice burg.
Brian is pathological in ever way, shape or form.
I have known Brian and his duplicities for years and I can't begin to start by telling you about this miscreant little nim.
You should continue to dig for dirt on him, because Brian is not what he appears to be.
Paul Priore
(Ex-NY Yankees clubhouse attendant.)
Ex ? why ? no World Series Bonus ? forget Cashman. Tell all of us what we really want to know.....is Jeter on Valtrex ?
shameless-li

Denver, CO

#3 Feb 6, 2012
i wonder what ever happened to steve philips(mets)???
didn't he get caught in a simular situation???
Paul Priore

United States

#4 Feb 6, 2012
Guinness Drinker wrote:
<quoted text>
Ex ? why ? no World Series Bonus ? forget Cashman. Tell all of us what we really want to know.....is Jeter on Valtrex ?
Dear. Guinness Drinker:
Soon you will have your questions answered, just be a little patience, I promise you, you will be more than satified.
The complete truth will soon come out about everything.
Stay tune.
Paul Priore
(Ex- NY Yankees clubhouse attendant.)

“2014 ! The Bar is Open !”

Since: Dec 07

Daytona Beach

#5 Feb 7, 2012
Paul Priore wrote:
<quoted text>
Dear. Guinness Drinker:
Soon you will have your questions answered, just be a little patience, I promise you, you will be more than satified.
The complete truth will soon come out about everything.
Stay tune.
Paul Priore
(Ex- NY Yankees clubhouse attendant.)
I can always excercise patience; but don't you be pulling my Priore there, Paul
Paul Priore

Cumming, GA

#6 Feb 7, 2012
Dear. Guinness Drinker:
I never pull anyone's change, like I've said, you will be more then satified with everything sometime soon.
The complete truth will be brought out and everyone will be amazed at everything.
Please be patience a little longer and stay tune.
Paul Priore
(EX-NY Yankees clubhouse attendant.)
bigtool

Southampton, NY

#7 Feb 7, 2012
Paul Priore wrote:
Dear. Guinness Drinker:
I never pull anyone's change, like I've said, you will be more then satified with everything sometime soon.
The complete truth will be brought out and everyone will be amazed at everything.
Please be patience a little longer and stay tune.
Paul Priore
(EX-NY Yankees clubhouse attendant.)
i believe in you paul release the dirt on that little dirtbag with a 3 inch member,thats what heard.
Paul Priore

Jersey City, NJ

#8 Sep 26, 2012
Re: Paris Hiltonís Gay Comment:
Miss. Hilton is 100% right about gay men being very horny and having unprotected sex with other gay men and not disclosing there illnesses.
As an openly gay man, I know this to be absolutely true, I see this type of behavior on a daily basis in our New York City Parks and I have been trying to put a stop to this type of behavior for a number of years to no avail.
Miss. Hilton shouldnít have to apologize for speaking the true as it truly is.
As for the cab driver recording her conversation, Miss. Hilton shouldnít feel that her conversations would be kept private, when you are a public figure, you canít expect privacy, itís not like a public bathroom or a locker room, where the privacy would be expected., besides the cab driver didnít sign any none-disclosure form and if Miss. Hilton wanted her conversations kept private then you donít speak anything in a public atmosphere as Miss. Hilton did., but Iím glad Miss. Hilton has spoken out on this issue, because maybe we as a society can educate the public more on the dangers of having unprotected sex and what those risks are, despite the fact that there are numerous warning signs and materials out there in the public, most people refuse to stop having unprotected sex because they feel that since there are new medications out there to combat these viruses they can get the treatment needed, nevertheless people are still continuing these risky practices.
Thank You.
Sincerely,
Paul Priore
New York City, N.Y.
Paul Priore

United States

#9 Nov 9, 2012
To whom it may concern:
What would I like President Obama to do in his second term as President.
As an openly Gay man who is outspoken and who opposes gay marriage, civil unions and gay adoptions, I strongly hope that he doesn't allow Gay marriage to become a reality and law on the federal level.
As for illegal immigrants, I have no problems with people wanting to come hear for a better life, but I do oppose anyone being rewarded and treated better then anyone else for breaking our laws and I am strongly opposed to the dream act and opening the flood gates to allow illegal immigrants to enter our country, I feel we need to take care of the people already here who were born here and who are legalized citizens first as well as the problems we now face in this country.
I am not a racist or a bigot or anti-gay, I just believe in making everything fair for everyone across the board or don't do it at all.
I would first like to see all the 23 million people get jobs and the 15 million people who are in foreclosure get back their houses and to bring world peace.
These are my own personal opinions and belief.
Thank You.
Sincerely,
Paul Priore
phawk FEMA

Wellsboro, PA

#10 Nov 10, 2012
Paul Priore gets my butt wet.
Community Disorganizer

Trumbull, CT

#11 Nov 10, 2012
Paul Priore wrote:
Re: Paris Hiltonís Gay Comment:
Miss. Hilton is 100% right about gay men being very horny and having unprotected sex with other gay men and not disclosing there illnesses.
As an openly gay man, I know this to be absolutely true, I see this type of behavior on a daily basis in our New York City Parks and I have been trying to put a stop to this type of behavior for a number of years to no avail.
Miss. Hilton shouldnít have to apologize for speaking the true as it truly is.
As for the cab driver recording her conversation, Miss. Hilton shouldnít feel that her conversations would be kept private, when you are a public figure, you canít expect privacy, itís not like a public bathroom or a locker room, where the privacy would be expected., besides the cab driver didnít sign any none-disclosure form and if Miss. Hilton wanted her conversations kept private then you donít speak anything in a public atmosphere as Miss. Hilton did., but Iím glad Miss. Hilton has spoken out on this issue, because maybe we as a society can educate the public more on the dangers of having unprotected sex and what those risks are, despite the fact that there are numerous warning signs and materials out there in the public, most people refuse to stop having unprotected sex because they feel that since there are new medications out there to combat these viruses they can get the treatment needed, nevertheless people are still continuing these risky practices.
Thank You.
Sincerely,
Paul Priore
New York City, N.Y.
Most homosexuals are mentally disturbed; especially males.
men in tights

Brooklyn, NY

#12 Nov 12, 2012
Yeaaa someone on the yankers finally got laid. Congrats on loosing virginity!
Paul Priore

United States

#13 Nov 13, 2012
Ms. Andrea W. Evans-Chairwomen NYS Board of Parole
Mr. Brian Fischer-Commissioner NYS Board of Parole
97 Central Avenue
Albany, New York 12206
November 11th, 2012

Dear. Ms. Andrea W. Evans:
Dear. Mr. Brain Fischer:
I am taken this opportunity to ask you not to release former New York Comptroller Alan Hevesi from jail until he finishes serving his full sentence.
As a tax payer, I was one of the people who voted him in to his elected office.
Mr. Hevesi was entrusted by the people of New York tax payers to fulfill his duties and obligations of his elective office by doing the right things and for saving the tax payers unnecessary spending and loses of monies.
Mr. Hevesi has betrayed our trust in him and used his authority for his own personal piggy bank as well as for members of his immediate family.
Mr. Hevesi was found guilty for stealing tax payers monies and using it for his own purpose, he should not be allowed or rewarded to get away with that or get a slap on the wrist, by letting him out of jail earlier then is recommended, by letting him out of jail earlier only will sends out a clear message to other elected officials and criminals that you can get away with breaking our laws that are in place for a reason.
Please do whatever it takes and is possible to keep him in jail and make him stay in and serve his full sentence time without the possibility of parole or time served.
These elected officials and criminals must understand that if they do the crime, they will do the time.
To many elected officials and criminals get away with too much and this practice needs to change right here and now.
So again, I am asking you not to consider releasing Mr. Alan Hevesi from jail until he serves out his full sentence.
I look forward to hearing back from you or one of your staff members regarding my corresponding to you about the above matter of concern.
Thank You in advance for your anticipated response.
Sincerely,
Paul Priore
(Community Activists and tax payer.)
Paul Priore

Hollywood, FL

#15 Nov 20, 2012
Re: NYC Council Speaker Christine Quinn:
This woman is the front runner to succeed Mayor Michael Bloomberg when his term expires next year.
But I have a very big problem with Miss. Quinnís constant flip flopping on issues that she takes on and standby, such as supporting a known sexual harasser named Vito Lopes who is an assembly member and who wants to be a city council man.
Mr. Lopes has been accused by several women for his disgusting display and sexually harassing his staff members, itís bad enough that he has done this to his own female staff members, but itís even more despicable that Ms. Quinn being a women herself, would even consider aligning herself with a dirt bag such as Mr. Lopes.
This is the same women who claims that she doesnít approve of such behavior and has even stated publically that she would not tolerate such behaviors from anyone whether they be male or female, but when it comes to getting the districts redrawn and cow tailing for votes, then her way of thinking has and will change at a whim.
Do we really want someone like Ms. Quinn to continue to represent us, despite her stance of supporting known sexual deviance harassers, I think not.
Another issue that Ms. Quinn has flip flopped on is, there is a NYC Teacher by the name of Francisco Portelos who is clearly being railroaded by one of his schools principals because he has become a rabble rouser for speaking out against a corrupt principal and school and has been forced to be put in the rubber room, while being paid tax dollars monies, it is apparent that Mr. Portelos is a great teacher who really care about his students and his educational background and credential would be proven more useful by having him reinstated back in the class teaching his students instead of being punished and put in a rubber room, wasting his time and tax payers monies.
Iíve attempted to contact Miss. Quinn about Mr. Portelos situation in hopes of helping Mr. Portelos since I know Christine Quinn personally.
I phoned her office and left several messages, I emailed her and even sent letters to her own personal resident as well as City hall, all went unanswered, but from todayís NY Papers, she is now speaking out about caring about the students and teachers rights and concern, another smoke screen on the part of Miss. Quinn.
If anyone has a half a brain in their heads they would not even consider voting for this phony, two faced wench to run for any higher elective office, it would the biggest mistake of their lives, we need someone like Mayor Bloomberg, who actually listens to people and does something about by putting his money where his mouth is, unless Miss. Quinn, who does nothing and hides from important issues.
Donít waste your time voting for this women, she is not qualified to run for a dog catcherís job.
These are my own personal belief s and opinions from my own observations of Miss. Quinn.
Thank You.
Paul Priore
Paul Priore

Loxahatchee, FL

#17 Dec 14, 2012
Re: The shooting massacre at the Sandy Hook elementary school in Newtown Connecticut:
What a senseless tragedy that couldíve been avoided.
My condolences goes out to the families that lost their children and the adults that lost their lives.
How many more people have to die before these god damn elected officials start doing their jobs and put a stop to people being able to purchase these types of guns?
The Virginia tech shooting, the columbine shooting, the Aurora Colorado Movie theatre shooting, the Singh shooting, the Oregon Mall shooting, how many more need to die before everyone starts to wake up and say enough is enough.
When is this madness going to stop?
Stop talking about it and start doing something about it.
Actions speak louder than words.
Now is the time to start changing the gun laws.
Another very sad day in American history.
Sincerely,
Paul Priore
(Florida)
Paul Priore

AOL

#18 Feb 7, 2013
Re: Gays in the Cub Scouts/ Boy scouts of America:

That would be a very asinine, stupid thing to do.
I strongly disapprove of gays being allowed in the cub scouts and boy scouts.
As an openly gay man, I feel that would be very wrong, most gay men are perverts and would seduce those young kids in to sex acts.
I see this type of behavior almost on a daily basis, and it doesnít seem to bother older gay guys that they are wrong when they seduce young kids, the older gay guys refer to young underage kids as chicken, itís like putting a feather in your cap and looks so great with their fellow peers, look at what the Catholic priest have done to young kids and then make your own judgment.
These are my own personal opinions and beliefs from seeing this in my everyday life.
Thank You.
Sincerely,
Paul Priore
Paul Priore

AOL

#19 Feb 7, 2013
Re: New York City and other States that were affected by Hurricane Sandy:

This is Our Own version Hurricane Katrina.
I just canít fathom why it is taken our elected officials so long to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy to get back on their feet and rebuild?
These buffoons politicians constantly preach about caring about their constituents, but rarely do anything to help people unless, it is an election years or if they are looking for donations.
We all shouldíve learned from Hurricane Katrina years ago, but still no one seems to get it.
These people shouldnít have to be living like animals, something needs to be done very fast.
All these insurance companies should be held accountable and pay the money that is due instead of trying to cheat their clients.
The elected officials should pass some laws to insure that all insurance policy holders get paid everything they are entitled to and prevent these insurance companies from playing games with people.
Force your elected officials to do the right things and make big business be held accountable for their actions.
These are my own opinions and beliefs.
Thank You.
Sincerely,
Paul Priore
Interesting guy

New York, NY

#20 Feb 7, 2013
Paul Priore wrote:
Re: New York City and other States that were affected by Hurricane Sandy:
This is Our Own version Hurricane Katrina.
I just canít fathom why it is taken our elected officials so long to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy to get back on their feet and rebuild?
These buffoons politicians constantly preach about caring about their constituents, but rarely do anything to help people unless, it is an election years or if they are looking for donations.
We all shouldíve learned from Hurricane Katrina years ago, but still no one seems to get it.
These people shouldnít have to be living like animals, something needs to be done very fast.
All these insurance companies should be held accountable and pay the money that is due instead of trying to cheat their clients.
The elected officials should pass some laws to insure that all insurance policy holders get paid everything they are entitled to and prevent these insurance companies from playing games with people.
Force your elected officials to do the right things and make big business be held accountable for their actions.
These are my own opinions and beliefs.
Thank You.
Sincerely,
Paul Priore
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“Another 240 million”

Since: May 09

Up in smoke

#21 Feb 9, 2013
Paul Priore wrote:
Re: New York City and other States that were affected by Hurricane Sandy:
This is Our Own version Hurricane Katrina.
I just canít fathom why it is taken our elected officials so long to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy to get back on their feet and rebuild?
These buffoons politicians constantly preach about caring about their constituents, but rarely do anything to help people unless, it is an election years or if they are looking for donations.
We all shouldíve learned from Hurricane Katrina years ago, but still no one seems to get it.
These people shouldnít have to be living like animals, something needs to be done very fast.
All these insurance companies should be held accountable and pay the money that is due instead of trying to cheat their clients.
The elected officials should pass some laws to insure that all insurance policy holders get paid everything they are entitled to and prevent these insurance companies from playing games with people.
Force your elected officials to do the right things and make big business be held accountable for their actions.
These are my own opinions and beliefs.
Thank You.
Sincerely,
Paul Priore
Paul stop rambling, this forum is supposed to be about how big a pig Cashman is.
Jack

Phoenix, AZ

#22 Feb 9, 2013
momma chamberlin wrote:
<quoted text>Paul stop rambling, this forum is supposed to be about how big a pig Cashman is.
Hey moron.....sniff any male asses today, you sick fuckinhomo? ROTFLMFAO

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