Anthony Weiner engaged in a protracted sexting relationship with a 15-year-old high school girl, who claims the disgraced former congressmen urged her to dress up in plaid skirts to role play over Skype and asked her to participate in "rape fantasies," according to a new report published Wednesday.
The girl said she and Weiner first connected in January when she was a sophomore in high school. A cache of online messages obtained by the Daily Mail show that Weiner knew the girl was underage.
Weiner, 51, sent the teen shirtless pictures of himself that included shots of his crotch and his toddler son. He told her that he woke up "hard" thinking of her, calling her "baby" and complimenting her "insane" body.
"I would bust that tight p**sy so hard and so often that you would leak and limp for a week," Weiner wrote in one message to the 15-year-old.
The girl said Weiner would ask her to dress up in school girl outfits during Skype conversations, pretending to be her teacher and talking about having sex with her after class.
"He had some rape fantasies. It would just be him showing up at my house when my dad was out of town," the girl told the Daily Mail. "And just start undressing me, being forceful, asking me if I want to be dominated, strange questions."
Weiner did not deny sending "flirtatious" messages to the teen, but called the texts provided to the Daily Mail a "hoax."
"I have repeatedly demonstrated terrible judgment about the people I have communicated with online and the things I have sent," Weiner said in a statement. "While I have provided the Daily Mail with information showing that I have likely been the subject of a hoax, I have no one to blame but me for putting myself in this position. I am sorry."
The New York Administration for Children’s Services launched in investigation into Weiner earlier this month after the New York Post reported he had sexted vulgar photos of himself over Twitter while his 4-year-old son was lying next to him in bed.
The report led his estranged wife and top Hillary Clinton aide, Huma Abedin, to announce the two were separating. Fallout from the scandal also forced Weiner out of multiple media gigs, including a contributing columnist position with the New York Daily News and a panelist position with television channel NY1.