30 minute phone sex call from his office phone
Posted on Jun 06, 2011 @ 12:03PM
By Dylan Howard
Senior Executive Editor, Star
Weinergate is getting bigger and bigger.
Another woman has come forward to RadarOnline.com and Star magazine and provided a sexting exchange with embattled New York Representative Anthony Weiner.
The woman says she has 200 sexually explicit messages from Weiner from a Facebook account the Democratic politician no longer uses.
RadarOnline.com and Star magazine verified that the account where the messages originated does belong to Weiner (see below).
He told the woman he had a "ridiculous bulge" in his shorts and asked if she "wanna see" it -- almost three months before a photo of an erect penis in tight fitting briefs appeared in the pol’s Twitter stream.
It’s a sensational twist to the scandal plaguing the embattled New York congressman. This new woman is middle-aged and from Nevada.
She requested that her name not be used but Radar and Star verified that she is listed as one of Weiner’s friends on his Facebook page.
The woman provided Radar and Star with a partially redacted transcript of a private Facebook "sexting" exchange she allegedly had with married Weiner on March 16.
Weiner, 46, wrote to the woman, "ridiculous bulge in my shorts now. wanna see?"
She responded: "Yea! can u send a pic?"
"jeez, im rushing. let me take a quick pic," Weiner answered.
After the woman asked how she was going to receive the image, Weiner allegedly told her: "It wont go away. and now im taking pics of it. making me harder still."
The woman told us the married politician never sent her the nude photo because he "got cold feet."
But she claimed she has long been the object of Weiner's steamy flirtation and the pair have carried on a "long-term Facebook affair" since early this year.
"I have more than 200 messages from him and they're all explicit in nature," she told us.
In another missive laced with sexual overtures, Weiner allegedly wrote: "You will surely make noise when I take you (censored). I will tell you (censored)"
Responding to a message initiated by the woman, Weiner also sexted: "I like when you talk about (censored)."
The woman, who has volunteered as a Democratic campaign worker, said she never met the congressman.
But in another startling claim, she claimed she once had a 30 minute phone sex session with Weiner on his government provided telephone.
The woman said: "After a while I said to Anthony, 'Why are writing these messages when we can just speak?'
"I gave him my number and he called me from his office and we proceeded to talk dirty for at least 30 minutes.
"A few days later, I tried to call him back on that number.
"But the number wouldn't connect to his office; instead there was a recorded message that it was an outgoing U.S. Congress line only."
Star and Radar have confirmed Weiner's sexting messages originated from a Facebook account he used regularly until November 24, last year and recently abadoned. (A source close to Weiner verfied that he used that page.)
Since, he's redirected his legion of 44,144 supporters to a second and 'official' Facebook presence, specifically designed for public figures.
But Weiner's previous page remains online and lists much of Weiner's biographical information, including that he attended Brooklyn Technical High School and is married to Huma Abedin, one of Hillary Clinton's top aides.
Weiner's office did not answer Star's request for comment regarding whether the Democrat sent the messages or whether he was again the victim of the hacker, as he's previously claimed.
Weiner defiantly insisted he did not post a photograph, a close-up shot of a man's underwear, on his Twitter and addressed to 21-year-old college student Gennette Cordova.