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Weiner Exposed Again: Dormer NY lawmaker Anthony Weiner could face jail time for reported online relationship with underaged girl

September 22, 2016  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Weiner Exposed Again: Dormer NY lawmaker Anthony Weiner could face jail time for reported online relationship with underaged girl

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This guy just can’t help himself…A recently surfaced report accusing Anthony Weiner of having a lengthy online relationship with a 15-year-old high school student could land the disgraced, perverted, sex-crazed former lawmaker behind bars.

The explosive report released on Wednesday exposes Weiner literally…and figurately to a new round of allegations, which claims he asked an underaged teen to take part in “rape fantasies,” and asked her to dress up in school uniforms.

Governor Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday the latest accusations regarding Weiner’s behavior might have crossed the criminal line, which could see the estranged husband of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s top aide Huma Abidine possibly behind bars for up to six months.

According to the DailyMail, the unidentified high school student claimed she was a sophomore in January when she and Weiner first corresponded online.

Weiner's scandal has provided some material for the front pages of the New York Post

Weiner’s past sexting scandal has provided some material for the front pages of the New York Post…

Both the teen and her father told the news site Weiner was well aware she was a minor. “I thought of you this am,” Weiner reportedly wrote her on the messaging app Kik, using the handle “T-Dog.” “Hard.”

During the months-long relationship, Weiner also sent the girl bare-chested pictures and creepily boasted about his male prowess.

In another message, Weiner wrote, “I would bust that tight p–sy so hard and so often that you would leak and limp for a week.”

The girl said the two communicated via messaging and over Skype. She claimed Weiner would make odd requests, such as asking her to role play by dressing up as a teacher in plaid skirts.

“He asked some strange question such as If I wanted to be dominated, He also had some rape fantasies. It would just be him showing up at my house when my dad was out of town and just start undressing me, being forceful,” the teen said.

Weiner’s online sexual dalliances ended his political career and his marriage with Abedin after he was busted last month still sexting.

At one time Weiner was considered a rising star in the Democratic Party as a member of Congress until 2011 when pictures of his “manhood” began to surface online.

Weiner initially claimed he was hacked, but he soon resigned from office after admitting he sent the perverted pictures to women.

And also for the New York Daily News

…And also for the New York Daily News

He still had an opportunity to revive his political career and was even the frontrunner in the 2013 race to succeed Michael Bloomberg as the Mayor of New York City.

However, Anthony Weiner couldn’t control his obsession with sexting, and it torpedoed his chance at redemption after 22-year-old Sydney Leathers exposed their online relationship.

Weiner garnered just 5 percent of the vote and finished fifth in his party’s primary.

Even though the humiliating episodes ended his political career, Anthony Weiner was back at it again in 2015 when he was caught sending a picture of himself in underwear to another woman.

Weiner’s creepiness factor went to another level after photos emerged last month showing him posing next to his young son sleeping alongside him in bed.

The 51-year-old Weiner admitted to making bad decisions but refused to comment specifically on the sex-filled online chats.

“I have repeatedly demonstrated terrible judgment 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,” Weiner told the DailyMail.

Another one of Wiener’s former online sexting pals Traci Nobles, from Athens, Georgia, said in an interview with the Daily News: ‘This situation with a minor shows a side with his sickness.

‘Honestly, his addiction is like any addiction, and it seems that (is) what he’s struggling with, impulse control,’ she said.

Speaking to reporters, Gov. Cuomo commented on the latest report on Wednesday while touring the Chelsea neighborhood, which was the site of last weekend’s bombing.

“I’ve only read the stories and let me say this: If the reports are true, it’s possibly criminal, and it is sick,” Cuomo said. ”And frankly I’ve heard enough about Anthony Weiner, and I think that goes for all New Yorkers.”

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