New York Democratic congressman Anthony Weiner has finally come forward about the ?terrible mistakes? he made recently, admitting posting the lewd photo to Twitter and inappropriate relationships on the Internet with at least six women.
On Friday, there was a photo posted on Anthony Weiner?s Twitter page of a man?s boxer shorts with a bulging erection very evident underneath.
The picture was taken down very quickly, but Weiner lied saying he had been hacked.
But today Weiner, 46, admitted he had lied about the picture.� He meant to send the naughty picture as a message but accidentally posted it on his main feed.
Weiner also admitted to inappropriately communicating with six women over the last three years, even after he was married. He claims he didn?t have physical affairs, that they were all ?women that I met on Facebook.?
It appears Huma Abedin, Weiner?s wife, will stand by her man.� Weiner stated, they ?have no intention of splitting up, adding, ?I love my wife very much. We?ve been through a great deal together and will weather this.?
So why did the Democratic congressman finally spill the beans?
Well, a woman from Texas named Meagan Broussard came forward with her story and involvement online with Weiner.
Here?s a bit of Meagan?s story:
Broussard said she received the exact same crotch photo on May 18 in an email from Weiner.
Broussard said she wanted to come forward now out of concerns for her own image as an aspiring nurse, and that of her 3-year-old daughter. Megan sent over a dozen pictures to [email�protected] and a second email account.
?I have my own life, my own things where I?m from and I just wanted to go ahead with them. I thought I could just be private about it, but there?s no reason for me to hide,? she said. ?I didn?t do anything wrong. I don?t know him. I?m just putting my story out there before anyone else tries to.?
Broussard?s friend told her she needed to share her experiences with Matt Drudge and conservative blogger Andrew Breitbart.
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.
?I don?t think he?s a bad guy. I think he?s got issues just like everybody else,? Broussard said. ?Everyone?s standards are different, but to be elected to Congress and sit there all day on Facebook and chatting??
RadarOnline also has news on a woman from Nevada that has come forward with her story.
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