Jerry Seinfeld Has A Skeleton In His Closet: He Lusted After And Dated A High School Girl When He Was Almost 40 Years Old
In 1993, Jerry Seinfeld was on top of the world. His eponymous show was making the rounds and garnering critical acclaim. His hairline had yet to recede. His girlfriend was—wait a second… His girlfriend was a 17-year-old high school student?
“So,” Stern said, feigning moral indignation, “you sit in Central Park and have a candy bar on a string and pull it when the girls come?”
This isn’t a secret and hasn’t been, well, ever. Seinfeld was find parading his teen girlfriend around ever. He probably would have carried her books to class for her if he could have.
1993 was a good year for Jerry Seinfeld. His sitcom, which was on its way to becoming one of the most celebrated shows in television history, won an Emmy in the category of “Outstanding Comedy Series” for the first and only time. And, just a hair shy of 40, he met a woman who would capture his heart: a high school student he picked up one day in Central Park.
What The Hell?!
Here's @JerrySeinfeld in 1993 with a girl that was only 17 years old and still in high school.
He was 39 years old at that time.
Hollywood is a cesspool of blind-eye-turning liberals and predatory beasts like Seinfeld. pic.twitter.com/BF0HAHYkuZ
— Brett MacDonald (@TweetBrettMac) November 14, 2017
Let’s put this in perspective for just a second. When Seinfeld was 22 years old he could have held his girlfriend as an infant. When Seinfeld was old enough to vote, she hadn’t even been born yet.
There’s all sorts of relationships in this world and I won’t judge any adult woman the chooses to date an older man many years her senior. That’s her choice. But when Jerry Seinfeld started dating Shoshanna–that’s her name by the way, I just really didn’t want to make it about her since she’s a victim here–she was in high school.
What could these two even talk about? Did she complain about her teachers to him? She hadn’t exactly lived long enough to have deep thoughts about the universe and everything it. She hadn’t had experiences to inform her about the world. She was a child just on the verge of leaving childhood.
But here’s Seinfeld, strutting about with her and flashing his predatory relationship around all of Hollywood. Why? Because the guy probably know Hollywood was rape-central and that his behavior was comparatively child’s play. Sorry, excuse that pun.
Some think that Seinfeld is still lusting after his former cradle-snatched lover:
Confessing that he fights an offstage “tendency toward depression,” Seinfeld said in a recent interview: “If it wasn’t for my kids, I’m pretty much done with living. I could kill myself. Now, there’s something else to live for.”
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“The interview Jerry gave wasn’t exactly a ringing endorsement for his marriage to Jessica, although it’s clear he certainly loves his kids and being a dad,” a friend told The ENQUIRER.
“It’s also clear he still hasn’t found real happiness and remains somewhat depressed. Pals believe he really never got over his bustup with Shoshanna and wonder if he would be happier today had they been able to make it work.”
Here’s How Howard Stern Portrayed The Matter…Directly To Seinfeld’s Face:
Howard Stern homed in on the May-August aspect of the relationship when the radio host interviewed his old friend last spring. “So,” Stern said, feigning moral indignation, “you sit in Central Park and have a candy bar on a string and pull it when the girls come?”
Amazingly, Seinfeld, master of his comedy domain, was flustered. “She’s not 17, definitely not,” he initially insisted.
Stern would later perform a song about the matter: