In yet another bombshell report, Anthony Weiner's alleged online affair with a teenager has been exposed!
The Daily Mail claims that the disgraced former politician, who recently split with his wife, top Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin, had been carrying on an illicit exchange with the 15-year-old girl for months while he was still married.
The publication is not naming the teen but reports that the improper relationship allegedly began in the beginning of the year after the girl received messages from Weiner, 51, asking her "to dress up in 'school girl' outfits for him" and "engage in 'rape fantasies.'"
Weiner, claims the publication, which gleaned the shocking details through interviews with the girl in question, her dad and a review of the messages exchanged, knew that his cyber partner was underage.
In one sick message, Weiner told the girl: "I thought of you this am. Hard."
He also revealed, "I want to feel like I can tell you anything."
When the girl asked Weiner if he would like to call her something special, he responded simply, "Mine."
Unlike in the past, Weiner tried to be smarter about not getting caught, though he apparently failed. According to the girl, he would send his messages with an app called Confide, which deletes messages, including photos, sent as soon as they have been opened and read.
However, the girl outsmarted the pervy politican and took photos of her phone before the messages disappeared.
In one sick message she captured, Weiner told the underage teen: "I would bust that tight p***y so hard and so often that you would leak and limp for a week."
Weiner did not directly deny the claims but did call them into question in a statement to the publication.
"I have repeatedly demonstrated terrible judgment about the people I have communicated with online and the things I have sent," it read. "I am filled with regret and heartbroken for those I have hurt."
"I am filled with regret and heartbroken for those I have hurt," he continued. "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."
But the girl's family may not be so forgiving.
"If there's anybody out there that has a similar story that they can come forward, maybe use my daughter's example to have the courage to come forward," her dad, also not named, said in an interview, adding that he decided not to contact the proper authorities at his daughter's behest.
"I agreed because her mental health is in jeopardy and I didn't want to exacerbate anything that she has mentally going on," he explained.
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