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Anthony Weiner cries while apologizing in court

19 May 2017, 07:13 | Darin Griffith

Weiner will appear in federal court in New York Friday to enter the plea deal, but may have to wait several weeks for sentencing.

Weiner pleaded guilty to a charge of transmitting sexual material to a minor and could get years in prison.

Disgraced former Rep. Anthony Weiner pleaded guilty on Friday in federal court to a charge of transferring obscene material to a minor.

As part of the plea agreement, he will have to comply with the Sex Offender Registry and Notification Act.

The official spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the criminal charges had yet to be filed publicly with the court.

An investigation was launched last September into reports that Weiner had been sending sexually explicit messages to a 15-year-old girl in North Carolina, The Times reported.

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During the investigation into Weiner's alleged text message to the teen, at least one device had been found to have allegedly been used by both Weiner and his now estranged wife Huma Abedin, Clinton's aide. On Oct. 28, former FBI Director James Comey sent a letter informing Congress that agents were reviewing the emails "to determine whether they contain classified information" relevant to a separate investigation of Clinton's use of a private email server while Secretary of State.

US authorities have been investigating reports that Weiner, 52, sent explicit messages a year ago to a teenage girl in North Carolina. The Daily Mail reported she said he sent her numerous photos, one of him in a pool and at least one bare-chested.

Though Mr Comey said soon afterwards that the emails contained nothing to change his view that Mrs Clinton could not be charged with a crime, the development was seen as influencing voters in the run-up to polling on 8 November. But Clinton partly blamed her loss to Republican Donald Trump on Comey's announcement.

The outspoken politician resigned from Congress in 2011 after an errant tweet ended up exposing his sexting habits.

He ran for New York City mayor in 2013 and was leading several polls until it was revealed he had continued his questionable behaviour.

His failed mayoral bid was the subject of a documentary called Weiner.



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