By Betsy Rothstein. The mystery teen who sexted with Anthony Weiner is coming forward to talk about her experience. She wasn’t willing to let Inside Edition use her name. But she did agree to go on air and talk about what happened to her . . .
According to a release, the girl says that she contacted Weiner when his wife – Hillary Clinton’s top aide Huma Abedin – was at the peak of her influence working on the presidential campaign.
She says Weiner’s power is what attracted her to him. “I knew that Hillary Clinton would be running for president in the year 2016,” she says. “I wanted to see if Anthony was still up to the same antics.”
The girl says the communication quickly moved from niceties to flirting. “I knew that it was going downhill very fast,” she says. “He called me attractive.”
Other messages Weiner sent her: “You are kinda gorgeous,” “Your body is pretty insane,” and “I thought about you this AM.” According to Inside Edition, some of the messages are “so obscene” they can’t be shown on TV. (Read more from “This Is the Teen That Anthony Weiner Was Sexting?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!” HERE)
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In an exclusive interview with Inside Edition, the underage girl said she sent the former Queens congressman a direct message on Twitter in January of 2016 when she was 15 year-old.
She said the messages from the Democrat quickly turned obscene — in one of them, Weiner posed shirtless with his young son. . .
Weiner’s previous sexting scandals had derailed his political career. This time, his wife Huma Abedin was helping to run Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
When the FBI started investigating Weiner’s lewd communications with the teen they confiscated his laptop. On his laptop they found a new batch of emails that Clinton had sent Abedin.
That led to former FBI Director James Comey to re-open the investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server while Secretary of State, just days before the election. (Read more about the Sexting scandal HERE)