Monday, June 6, 2011

Weiner Spits the Truth: Admits to Lying, Sending Lewd Photos, Messages to Women

New York congressman Anthony Weiner is a liar and a donkey. In a tearful press conference this afternoon, he admitted to sexting six women he met on Twitter and Facebook over the last three years and sending them lewd photographs of himself -- including the infamous crotch shot, which he adamantly denied he sent and blamed on a "hacker". No one believed his lies and when two other women came forward today with new photos (below) and transcripts of his text messages, the congressman was caught and he had to come clean.
The first pictures - released by - emerged earlier this morning and are said to represent the first of several pictures, chats, and emails allegedly sent from Weiner's Blackberry to an unnamed woman. In the first image, Weiner is seen with his pet cats above the caption 'Me and my pussys'. A second image shows him confirming his identity to the unnamed woman. And only hours after the first two pictures were posted, a second woman came forward to website, claiming to have been sent 200 sexually explicit Facebook messages by Weiner....The images were allegedly sent to the young woman from via BlackBerry on May 4 and 5....The 'Me' image, said to have been sent on May 5, was allegedly posted after the woman asked Weiner to confirm that he was taking photographs as the two spoke on-line and via email. Shockingly, the picture appears to show Weiner in his taxpayer funded congressional office. Today's revelations seem to indicate Weiner was in an intimate on-line 'relationship' with both women for a period of time. The second woman, as revealed by Radaronline, claims to have exchanged a series of steamy Facebook messages with the congressman. The site says it verified the account, now closed, belonged to Weiner. In one exchange, the woman claimed Weiner wrote: 'ridiculous bulge in my shorts now. wanna see?' To which she responded: 'Yea! can u send a pic?' 'jeez, im rushing. let me take a quick pic,' Weiner answered. After the woman - a former Democrat campaign worker - asked for a picture, he allegedly replied: 'It wont go away. and now im taking pics of it. making me harder still.' The woman added she did not receive the picture as Weiner 'got cold feet'. In another exchange, she claims Weiner wrote: 'You will surely make noise when I take you (censored). I will tell you (censored).' In a further conversation initiated by thw woman, Weiner also sexted: 'I like when you talk about (censored).' The woman claims to have had a 'long-term Facebook affair' since early this year. In a further revelation, the woman claimed to have had a half hour phone sex session with Weiner on his congressional line. Desperate to hear his voice, she claims: 'After a while I said to Anthony, 'Why are writing these messages when we can just speak? I gave him my number and he called me from his office and we proceeded to talk dirty for at least 30 minutes. A few days later, I tried to call him back on that number. But the number wouldn't connect to his office; instead there was a recorded message that it was an outgoing U.S. Congress line only.'
As a public figure, how did he not know this wasn't gonna come out -- especially when he used his e-mail with his full name and sent photos of his face to these women. Stupidity, perhaps? For his part, the congressman said what he did was a "personal failure" and he considered the sexting as "frivolous conversation". Plus, he doesn't plan to resign. This story is only going to get bigger. We've got popcorn and ready to watch the impending shitstorm that's about to do down -- more women coming forward, more lewd photos, more sexy texts. We can't wait. (PS: The congressman married 34-year-old Huma Abedin, who's a top aide to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, last July. Huma's a beauty. She's Muslim; He's Jewish. He told Huma about the photos this morning. We suspect his marriage will be over in three weeks or less. Ditto for his political career.)

These are the other photos that were released today:

Update: The woman whom Weiner sent these photos to have come forward. Her name Meagan Broussard, a 26-year-old single mother from Texas. She tells ABC News, her first contact with Weiner occurred on April 20 after she "liked" a YouTube clip of one of Weiner's speeches that had been posted to his Facebook page.
During one Facebook chat conversation, Broussard said she voiced uneasiness with the electronic relationship, to which she says Weiner replied, "you are not stalking me....I am stalking you." In another conversation, Broussard said she asked Weiner, "Why are you so open? I said, I'm not an open book like that." "He replied, 'I'm an open book. Maybe too open,'" she said. Occasionally while chatting through Facebook, the two would simultaneously use email to exchange photos, she said. Two images Broussard received from on May 4 and May 5 show what appears to be Weiner's face. Later in the month, Broussard received three, more graphic images from the address, which she said was Weiner's online alias. A Google search for the "RockOh77" email address returns only one website – a profile for the user name on, which is described as a web tool that allows "hiding your images from others." On the page are three previously-unseen thumbnail photos of a bare-chested man that appears to be Weiner. On May 18, Broussard received an image from the RockOh77 account that shows a man's erect penis. Two days later, she received a shot of a bare-chested man sitting at an office desk. The man in the photo shares facial features with Weiner, and personal photographs in the background resemble his known aquaintances. "I don't think he has any control over what he's doing in this area," Broussard said. "I don't think someone can be that open in that amount of time." The relationship between Broussard and Weiner only ventured out of the digital world once, she said, when a man identifying himself as Weiner called by phone from a number associated with Weiner's New York congressional office on the afternoon of May 18. "The day he called he just said, 'Who in the world would be acting like me?' laughing about it," she said. "You're an internet rat, aren't you?" Broussard said she asked him, to which Weiner just sort of giggled. Then, she says, the conversation got personal. "He heard her [Broussard's daughter] in the background, I think, and he said, 'Oh is that --' and then he said her name, and I said, 'yeah, it's her birthday,' and that kind of freaked me out because you had to pilfer through my Facebook to find out her name." After they hung up, Broussard said she called the number back to see if it was actually him. A Weiner office receptionist answered, she said. Broussard provided a record of the call to ABC News.
This is a photo of Meagan.

Update #2: Another woman, 40-year-old Las Vegas blackjack dealer Lisa Weiss, tells the folks over at RadarOnline, she shared 220 messages with Weiner beginning on August 13, 2010 last year — and they were often exchanged during work hours. She says: "After a while I said to Anthony, 'Why are writing these messages when we can just speak?' I gave him my number and he called me from his office and we proceeded to talk dirty for at least 30 minutes. A few days later, I tried to call him back on that number. But the number wouldn't connect to his office; instead there was a recorded message that it was an outgoing U.S. Congress line only." A few days later he sent her a message on Facebook that read: “How did I miss this chance to rock your world by phone? Give me another chance! Stalk me baby. Very hot.”

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