Anthony Weiner’s Latest Sexting Scandal Made Him Quit Twitter, And His Wife Has Had Enough

When you find something you’re good at, it’s only natural to continue honing that skill until you achieve a new level of mastery. Few know this as well as former Congressman Anthony Weiner, who’s truly dedicated to sexting women that aren’t his wife. According to reports from the New York Post, Weiner was caught in another sexting scandal, and this time decided to delete his Twitter during the aftermath, which I can only assume was not because of an onslaught of women flinging themselves into his DMs.

The true casanova of digital infidelity, Weiner was apparently caught sexting the same mystery woman since January 2015 and sent more than a dozen (mostly shirtless) selfies of himself up until earlier this month. Probably one of the most jarring messages unearthed from this fresh mess of thirst was a shirtless selfie in which Weiner was laying in bed next to his son. Just grosssss. “Someone just climbed into my bed,” Weiner stated in the DM sent with the selfie. I can only hope the woman receiving the message also desperately wondered if this was his only version of quality time spent with his son, before aptly responding, “Really?!”

The terrifying image shows Weiner lounging in bed shirtless in only his underwear while his son cuddles up next to him in a blanket. The New York Post reports that after he valiantly sent it to the woman in question, she informed him, “You do realize you can see you[r] Weiner in that pic??”

Weiner has outed himself as a man fully committed to the art of sending sexts to strange women, consequences be damned, considering the fact that he’s still at it after being forced to resign from a New York congressional seat following his publicized sexting scandal in 2011. While his immediate deletion of his Twitter was likely out of embarrassment, it only serves to further draw attention to the scandal and confirms that yes, he is guilty.

According to Weiner, him and the woman have been friends for some time. The New York Post shared that he said:

She has asked me not to comment except to say that our conversations were private, often included pictures of her nieces and nephews and my son and were always appropriate.”

Honestly, adding more children into the equation of these text messages does anything except make them seem more wholesome. Understandably, his wife, Huma Abedin, who serves as a vice chairwoman of Hillary Clinton’s campaign, has just made a statement indicating she is ready to end the relationship and desires privacy.

Run like the wind, Abedin.