Weiner’s In Deep: Disgraced Fmr. Congressman Anthony Weiner Caught Sexting A 15 Year OldScreen Shot 2016-09-22 at 9.16.38 AM
The disgraced former New York Congressman, Anthony Weiner, has gotten himself wrapped up in yet another sexting scandal. This time, Weiner’s in deep.
News broke Wednesday that Weiner, 52, was involved in a months-long online romance with a 15 year old after the underage teen came forward to expose the cocky ex-Congressman. The young lady, who has not been identified by name due to her age, shared messages she exchanged with Weiner with The Daily Mail.
“I would bust that tight p***y” and “Thought of you this am. Hard.” were among some of the messages sent from Weiner to the 15 year old. According to the girl, Weiner was well aware of her age and would engage her in rape fantasies where he would imagine committing horrific acts on her after her Dad left the house.
The pictures of the message system on which the texts were shared show Weiner’s name displayed as “T Dog,” a tamer alias than his former “Carlos Danger” used in previous inappropriate sexting relationships.
The girl joked about the name “Carlos Danger” and asked Weiner if she would like if she called him that. “I’d like that” he replied. When she asked if there was anything he’d like to call her he replied, “Mine”.
This latest exposed sexting scandal comes just weeks after Weiner’s wife, long-time Hillary Clinton staffer Huma Abedin, declared she was separating from her husband amid reports that the ex-Congressman sent a picture to a woman online which included the couple’s four year old child asleep next to Weiner’s underwear-covered, but visible, penis.
Child Protective Services were reportedly investigating Weiner after the scandal to determine whether he was a fit parent. The latest allegations, which Weiner did not deny, may get him in trouble with the law for attempting to solicit sex from an minor, despite the fact that the girl has stated she does not plan on pressing charges because she saw the relationship as “consensual”.
The Daily Mail reached out to Anthony Weiner to get his comments on the latest allegations. Weiner responded:
“I have repeatedly demonstrated terrible judgement about the people I have communicated with online and the things I have sent. I am filled with regret and heartbroken for those I have hurt. While I have provided the Daily Mail with information showing that I have likely been the subject of a hoax, I have no one to blame but me for putting myself in this position. I am sorry.”