Anthony Weiner pleads guilty to sending obscene material to North Carolina girl
May 20 2017 by Desiree Burns
The former Democratic congressman saw his political career implode after a series of scandals involving his inappropriate sexual exchanges with women online.
Weiner said in court that he was first contacted by the girl in January 2016 and that for two months, he "engaged in obscene communications with this teenager, including sharing explicit images and encouraging her to engage in sexually explicit conduct, just as I had done and continued to do with adult women".
The count of transferring obscene material to a minor carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.
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That same month, the FBI began investigating Weiner after the North Carolina girl told the news website DailyMail.com that she and Weiner had exchanged lewd messages for several months.
As part of his plea, Weiner agreed to forfeit his iPhone.
Weiner's lawyer, Arlo Devlin Brown, didn't immediately return a message Friday.
Federal agents seized Weiner's laptop during the investigation and discovered a batch of emails from his wife, HumaAbedin, then a senior aide to Hillary Clinton.
As a result, James Comey, then the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, announced in late October that the agency was reviewing the messages to determine whether to reopen its investigation into Mrs Clinton's handling of official correspondence.
Clinton recently attributed her election loss in part to Comey's announcement. The Daily Mailreported she said he sent her numerous photos, one of him in a pool and at least one bare-chested. A decision which came during the final push for Donald Trump and Clinton for the presidency.
Weiner also claimed at the time that he was "likely" the subject of a hoax. Weiner attempted to run for mayor of New York City in 2013; however, the effort was derailed after more explicit messages surfaced.