Anthony Weiner Continues to Sext Women, Says Former Flame

Anthony Weiner and wife Huma Abedin / AP

Sydney Leathers, one of many women who exchanged sexually explicit pictures with disgraced politician Anthony Weiner, told Page Six on Thursday that Weiner is back to his old ways with a new woman.

Weiner, whose sexting scandals forced to resign from Congress in 2011 and then scuttled his run for mayor of New York City in 2013, used the name "Carlos Danger" when sexting Leathers.

She informed Page Six that a woman approached her about going to the press with the information she had on Weiner.

Leathers advised against it.

But Leathers — who in 2013 leaked her Weiner story — exclusively told Page Six she’s advised the mystery woman not to go public.

"She was thinking about talking to press," Leathers told us on Thursday. "I said, ‘You shouldn’t do that,’ which would surprise people… but it was like, ‘look what happened to me. It will impact future employment, relationships with friends and families.’"

Leathers said she took steps to verify that the Facebook evidence provided by the woman was from Weiner's personal and current account.

Leathers added of being contacted by the other woman for advice: "I felt like an episode of ‘Catfish.’ I made sure this girl’s pictures and profile and the screenshot she showed me is his current Facebook profile."

Leathers said her source disclosed that she talks to Weiner on Facebook and Skype. She also described her own sexual experience with him.

Leathers told us that the woman’s correspondence with Weiner took place over Facebook and Skype. "Initially, I didn’t believe it was legit," Leathers told Page Six. But, "It’s his actual Facebook — and the [same] Facebook he used when he contacted me. This was the end of May. From what I gathered, they Skype. It’s Anthony Weiner, he’s not asking about the weather. [For me] he kept the vanilla stuff on Facebook and used ‘Carlos Danger’ for the other stuff."

A documentary was released earlier this year about Weiner's political downfall as a result of his fling with Leathers. Weiner and his wife, Huma Abedin, have reportedly not seen the documentary.