Anthony Weiner 'to admit sexting 15-year-old'

Anthony Weiner 'to admit sexting 15-year-old'

Anthony Weiner 'to admit sexting 15-year-old'

The charge of transferring obscene material to a minor carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison, but Weiner is likely to get less.

As part of the plea agreement, he also will have to forfeit his iPhone, surrender his passport, continue mental health treatment and is barred from having any contact with the girl.

Former Rep. Anthony Weiner pleaded guilty on Friday to one federal count related to "sexting" with minors, an offense that means he will have to register as a sex offender.

He said he "compulsively sought attention from women who contacted me on social media" beginning with his service in Congress and continuing through the first half of a year ago.

The statement he read in court noted that his "destructive impulses" had brought great devastation to family and friends and "destroyed my life's dream of public service".

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Weiner, who represented NY in Congress from 1999 to 2011, resigned after revelations that he was sending sexually explicit messages to multiple women.

"I knew this was as morally wrong, as it was unlawful", he said.

The outlet reported that the girl said she reached out to Weiner last January on Twitter.

The FBI began investigating Weiner in September after the 15-year-old from North Carolina told the Daily Mail she and Weiner had exchanged lewd messages for several months.

Weiner apologized to "everyone I have hurt", including the girl he "mistreated so badly". "Weiner's conduct was not only reprehensible, but a federal crime, one for which he is now convicted and will be sentenced". "This fall, I came to grips for the first time with the depths of my sickness".

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"I had hit bottom", he said. Weiner turned himself in to the FBI Friday morning and was at federal court at 500 Pearl St., in Manhattan for the arraignment.

Federal agents seized Weiner's laptop during the probe and discovered a batch of emails from his wife, Huma Abedin, a senior aide to Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee for president in 2016. She told the publication that "he asked her to dress up in "school-girl" outfits" and tried to persuade her to participate in his "rape fantasies".

The incident prompted then-FBI director James Comey to state publicly - in the final weeks of the presidential campaign - that the closed investigation into Clinton's alleged mishandling of classified material was being reopened.

Clinton has blamed her loss to Republican Donald Trump in part on Comey's announcement, even though Comey said two days before the election in November that the review had uncovered no new evidence. Days before the November presidential election, now-former FBI director James Comey told Congress about the FBI investigation into emails between Clinton and her aides, The Times reported past year.

He stepped down from his congressional seat in 2011 over a series of sex scandals and was again exposed during his 2013 bid for New York City mayor.

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He said: "No (I'm not confident he will stay), because it's a long time he' been thinking about his future". "But, okay. We'll see what it will be, I don't know what will happen if he doesn't give an answer".

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