#Weinergate: More come forward with lewd Weiner communications

Matthew Boyle Investigative Reporter
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Rep. Anthony Weiner, New York Democrat, is in a stiff spot after more women have come forward with their own encounters of lewd communications the scandal-embroiled Congressman sent their way.

A middle-aged Nevada woman presented Star Magazine and RadarOnline.com with 200 “sexually explicit messages” she received from Weiner via a Facebook account he no longer uses. Star and RadarOnline.com say they verified “that the account where the messages originated does belong to Weiner.” Some of those messages include Weiner telling her he had a “ridiculous bulge” in his shorts before asking if she’d “wanna see” it.

The woman, who remained anonymous in the story, replied to Weiner’s request by saying, “Yea! can u send a pic?” He shot back: “jeez, im rushing. let me take a quick pic.” After he took the picture, which he apparently never sent because he got “cold feet,” he wrote to the woman: “It wont go away. and now im taking pics of it. making me harder still.”

The woman, who claimed she and Weiner had a “long-term Facebook affair,” said she’s never met Weiner in person but that she had a 30-minute phone sex session with him on his government-issued office phone. “After a while I said to Anthony, ‘Why are writing these messages when we can just speak?’,” she said. “I gave him my number and he called me from his office and we proceeded to talk dirty for at least 30 minutes.”

(Porn star Ginger Lee has been looking for ‘trifecta’ Weiner since 2006)

The Nevada woman isn’t the only new revelation in the #Weinergate scandal. Conservative publisher Andrew Breitbart’s Big Government and Big Journalism sites have posted photos Weiner allegedly sent to a woman he was propositioning, too.

In one photo, Weiner is holding up a card with the word “me” written on it and an arrow pointing up at his face. Describing the context of the photo, Breitbart wrote: “The woman has indicated that Rep. Weiner allegedly sent the photograph after she asked him to confirm that he was taking photographs contemporaneously, in conjunction with their apparent online communications.”

Breitbart reports that the photo was sent on May 5 to an anonymous woman via email from AnthonyWeiner@aol.com.

In another photo Breitbart published Monday morning, Weiner is posing for a photo on a couch with two cats. According to Breitbart, the subject of the email, sent on May 4, was “Me and the pussys,” a clear pun on the cats in the background.

Andrew Breitbart’s Big Government also published what appears to be a shirtless Weiner photo, reminiscent of the one now-former Congressman Chris Lee sent to a woman on Craigslist. Breitbart said he acquired it from a woman who claims Weiner sent them to him via a Yahoo! email address under a fake name. Breitbart then searched the Yahoo! email address and found an account with a slew of many more shirtless photos.

Also, the young woman Breitbart cited as his source said Weiner sent her the picture of the now-famous erect penis underneath gray boxer-briefs, the same one that was sent from his Twitter account on the Friday before Memorial Day.

“On Wednesday, May 18, 2011, Rep. Weiner sent an email to the young woman from that same Yahoo! email address that included the now-infamous grey underwear photograph (attached to the email as ‘package.JPG’),” Breitbart wrote.

Breitbart said the young woman received even more lewd communications from Weiner after that. “Later that same day, apparently after receiving several images from the young woman, Rep. Weiner allegedly sent another photograph to her from the same Yahoo! email address,” Breitbart said. “That photograph (attached to the email as ‘ready.JPG’) is extremely graphic, and leaves nothing to the imagination.”