U.S. prosecutors on Wednesday sought a prison sentence of 21 to 27 months for former Congressman Anthony Weiner.
Weiner’s attorneys claim that the North Carolina teenager who ratted him out for sexting with her might have had political motives.
The wife of Anthony Weiner pleaded with a federal court to show leniency when sentencing her husband, whom she is divorcing.
Weiner begged for mercy ahead of his sentencing hearing for exchanging lewd messages with a North Carolina teenager.
Anthony Weiner and his soon-to-be ex, Huma Abedin, pleaded with a judge to allow them to keep their divorce case secret.
Hillary Clinton relates in her upcoming memoir that Huma Abedin openly lamented about Anthony Weiner: “This man is going to be the death of me.”
Anthony Weiner is moving back in with Huma Abedin, days after his guilty plea in an underage sexting case.
The embattled former Democratic congressman entered a guilty plea at a Manhattan federal court. He pled guilty to one charge of transferring obscene material to a minor. “I am guilty, your honor,” Weiner said, and then, with tears in his eyes, added: “I accept full responsibility for my conduct, I have a sickness, but I do not have an excuse.”
Hillary Clinton might be president right now if Anthony Weiner had listened to Sydney Leathers. Yes, that is a real sentence.
FBI director James Comey said at a Senate hearing that Clinton emails were forwarded by Huma Abedin to estranged husband Anthony Weiner.