In a case of bad timing that probably won't please Hillary Clinton, new sexting allegations have arisen involving Anthony Weiner, the husband of top Clinton aide Huma Abedin, per USA Today. The New York Post, which originally reported the story, published a screenshot of a sexting session with a "busty brunette" that took place in the early morning hours of July 31 last year, allegedly showing Weiner's lower half in white boxer-briefs with a "bulge"—and his 4-year-old son lying next to him in a blanket.
"Someone just climbed into my bed," Weiner apparently wrote in the exchange, just part of a series of back-and-forths (many including shirtless photos of him) that took place between January 2015 and early August 2016, per screenshots provided by the anonymous woman the Post describes as a "40-something divorcee." Weiner—who said he went through therapy after his political career first imploded in 2011 over sexts he had sent, then again in 2013 when more sexts emerged—isn't denying he knows the woman behind this latest eyebrow-raiser, telling the Post they've "been friends for some time." Weiner's Twitter account was deleted Monday morning, notes Politico. (Want more Weiner? Watch the "squirm-inducing" documentary.)