By anyone’s lights, Anthony Weiner is one seriously sick dude. Just how sick was not clear until now.
According to text messages and photos produced by The Daily Mail, Weiner carried on a months-long online sexual relationship with a 15-year-old girl.
“I would bust that tight pussy so hard and so often that you would leak and limp for a week,” Weiner allegedly messaged to the girl via the Confide phone app. It was one of many erotic messages Weiner sent to the girl over several months, along with numerous pictures of himself.
“I thought of you this am. Hard,” Weiner allegedly says in another text message. “I want to feel like I can tell you anything.” In the messages, Wiener is tagged with the name “T Dog,” but the girl teases him about the nickname “Carlos Danger,” a pseudonym Weiner used while messaging a woman in 2012.
The girl told the Mail in an interview that her correspondence with Weiner started after she messaged him on Twitter, intrigued by the fact his account was still active despite repeated scandals about his behavior.
“I just wanted to see if he was still on Twitter,” she said. “And I just wanted to see if he’d respond … I kind of stroked his ego by saying I was a huge fan, and he immediately responded about two minutes later, and we just started talking and we talked the whole night and as we were direct messaging, I checked my Facebook and he sent me a friend request.”
“At first I was a little skeptical that it was him,” she continued. “A little bit later he asked me to undress, he started talking sexually. He asked me what I was wearing, told me what he was wearing, then he asked me to take my clothes off … but he knew I was in high school.”
The girl said Weiner and her would engage in schoolgirl roleplaying, and sometime even indulge in rape fantasies.
“[It would be] him showing up at my house when my dad was out of town, and just start undressing me, being forceful, asking me if I wanted to be dominated, just strange questions,” she said.
When contacted by the Mail, Weiner did not deny sending “flirtatious” messages to the girl. In a statement, he confirmed:
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.
The Daily Mail has not revealed the girl’s identity, citing her status as a minor. She said she was finally moved to come forward after Weiner’s most recent scandal, in which it was revealed that he was sexting a woman while his young son slept right nearby. That revelation caused Weiner’s wife, Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin, to separate from him.
The girl said she didn’t want to press charges against Weiner over his conduct because she believed their interactions were consensual, but her opinion may not matter. Soliciting a minor for sexual acts can be prosecuted even if there is no actual minor at all, so her refusal to support an investigation likely would not stop determined prosecutors from pursuing the case.
This report, by Blake Neff, Casey Harper, Jonah Bennett, Andrew Follett, Ivan Plis, Jacob Bojesson, Connor D. Wolf, Josh Fatzick, Juliegrace Brufke, Richard Pollock, Luke Rosiak, Rachel Stoltzfoos, Michael Bastasch, was cross-posted by arrangement with the Daily Caller News Foundation.