The Outreach Rabbi Who Divorced His Wife And Married An Ex-Model Shiksa He Met Online

From my live cam chat:

guest186:  I want info on this guy chaim lando who divorced his wife and 9 kids and married a model from arizona and then moved to baltimore
guest186:  he was a rabbi in toras emes on La Brea
guest186:  met her on the internet
guest186:  she converted through the valley beit din
YourMoralLeader:  what does he do in baltimore now?
ToughJewishChick:  Anyone else see the story on Drudge about a Yale art student who repeatedly impregnated herself with donated sperm, just to have abortions that she could use for her "art"?
guest186:  outreach
guest186:  she had 6 kids, 5 of whom converted with her
ToughJewishChick:  I think her name is Aliza Shvarts.  Now, is that a Jewish name?
ToughJewishChick:  This is how some young women rebel against their fathers.
guest186:  /nick Mee
guest187:  They should obey their fathers
guest187:  Instead of bringing shame on their families
YourMoralLeader:  yes 186
YourMoralLeader:  what an amazing story
guest186:  can u look into the story more?
YourMoralLeader:  when did rabbi lando divorce?
guest186:  not sure
guest187:  please do not speak of scandals
YourMoralLeader:  how does his ex-wife feel about all this?
YourMoralLeader:  and his kids?
guest186:  the whole story developed over like 4 years
guest187:  she turned into a pillar of salt! how do you think they feel?
guest186:  they all live in Baltimore now
YourMoralLeader:  the ex-wife and rabbi lando and kids?
YourMoralLeader:  one big happy family
guest186:  well not really
guest186:  kinninburgh was her last husband’s last name
YourMoralLeader:  i only care about truth
guest187:  truth! what is that?
guest186:  187= this story will further deter the orthodox from internet usage, it’s l’shem shomayim

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see Amazon.com). My work has been followed by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).
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