Weinergate just keeps getting worse for Anthony Weiner. Andrew Breitbart's BigGovernment.com claims to have a cache of "photographs, chats, and emails" Weiner allegedly sent to a woman—not the one involved in the original scandal—that shows the two had "an online, consensual relationship involving the mutual exchange of intimate photographs." The site says it will reveal portions of the material throughout the day, but won't release all of it because "some of it is of an extreme, graphic nature." The most recent picture released shows a bare torso belonging to, Breitbart theorizes, Weiner (a determination Breitbart based in part on some framed photos that appear in the background).
The woman claims Weiner sent her that photo on May 20 from a Yahoo! email address the Congressman was using, and that two days earlier he sent her the now-famous underwear photo from that same address as well as another, much more graphic, photo. Two other pictures the website has released clearly show Weiner's face. In one, allegedly sent May 4 from AnthonyWeiner@aol.com, he's posing with cats (or, as he called them in the email he allegedly sent to the woman, "pussys"); in the other, sent the next day, he's holding a sign with the word "me" and an arrow pointing to him. The website claims it was approached by the woman more than a week before the crotch-shot scandal broke. (Read more Anthony Weiner stories.)