Congressman Anthony “Let Me Show You My” Weiner finally decided to come clean about his online peen game today.
And it turns out the one picture we knew about is just an example of how he’s been getting down for the last three years!
A week after claiming a hacker had posted a lewd photo to his Twitter account, U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner on Monday apologized for lying about the ordeal and admitted carrying on inappropriate relationships with several women he’d met online.
Weiner, a New York Democrat, said he is not resigning his seat, nor is he planning on separating from his wife. But he said he took responsibility for his actions — both the relationships and for lying about sending the photo of his bulging underwear on his Twitter account.
“To be clear, the picture was of me, and I sent it. I’m deeply sorry for the pain this has caused my wife, and our family, my constituents, my friends, my supporters and my staff,” he said, claiming he’d posted the Twitter photo accidentally as a “joke” and then “panicked.” “I lied because I was ashamed at what I had done, and I didn’t want to get caught.”
Weiner described his actions as “dumb,” “destructive” and “deeply, deeply hurtful” — both for his admitted cover-up and for carrying on relationships with six women he’d met online, mostly via Facebook.
The congressman claimed that he never met any of these women in person, and that his wife Huma only learned he’d been lying about the Twitter picture on Monday morning.
“I have made terrible mistakes,” Weiner told reporters. “I have not been honest with myself or my family … I should not have done this, and I should not have done this particularly when I was married.”
Weiner claimed he does not believe he used any government resources while sending various photos and otherwise having inappropriate relationships with the women. He admitted that some of these relationships began before his marriage, and some continued afterward.
They should have never gave you married men Twitpic.