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'That offense – transmitting obscenity to a minor to induce her to engage in sexually explicit conduct by video chat and photo – is far from mere 'sexting'.Federal prosecutors have asked for a sentence of between 21 and 27 months behind bars because of the seriousness of the crime.'The defendant did far more than exchange typed words on a lifeless cellphone screen with a faceless stranger.
Although the girl told Weiner she was in high school, the former congressman told her in messages that she made him 'hard' and said he wanted to 'bust that tight p***y so hard and so often that you would leak and limp for a week.'The teenager said in an interview that Weiner would also chat with her on a video messaging program, during which he asked her to dress up as a school girl and talked about his 'rape fantasies.'During the relationship, which started in January 2016 and carried on for several months, Weiner also sent her photos of him shirtless and posing provocatively.Anthony Weiner is to be sentenced tomorrow for sexting a 15-year-girl and persuading her to get naked for him on Skype.The scandal-hit politician, 53, could face more than two years in jail for sending obscene material to the teen in a case that may have also have played a role in costing Hillary Clinton - former boss of Weiner's wife, Huma Abedin - the presidential election.'This is not merely a 'sexting' case,' prosecutors wrote to the judge.'I hope the Court will take [our son] into consideration as it weighs all it has to in considering Anthony's sentence,' wrote Abedin in a letter to U. At the same time, smartphones and the proliferation of social media platforms had begun to transform users' connectivity and frequency of access to online communications.'Anthony - who prided himself on being accessible to his constituents - moved quickly to capitalize on these new technologies, developing a strong presence on Facebook and Twitter, and responding to and engaging with members of the public who reached out to him.'Anthony began to exchange texts and other messages with constituents and admirers alike.
Some of the admirers were female, validating him not just as a politician, but as a man.But once again, more racy online messages, where he used the cheesy moniker 'Carlos Danger,' surfaced to doom his candidacy and open the door for the then-little-known Democrat who would go on to win, Bill de Blasio.