On some occasions, she recalls him asking, "What are you wearing? You know, in the bedroom…" In another message, he supposedly joked, "I am stalking you." Broussard also says Weiner phoned her and mentioned her daughter's name, which "kind of freaked me out because you had to pilfer through my Facebook to find out her name." And then there were the photos of his bare chest and thinly clothed erection.
In the annals of lust and sin, Weiner is just another straying husband.
"For the most part," says Weiner, "these relaysh—these communications took place before my marriage." Rewind the video, and you can see what happened.But in the unfolding story of information technology, he's a milestone worth thinking about.The trajectory of political sex scandals—Clinton, Mark Foley, Kwame Kilpatrick, Mark Sanford, and now Weiner—has taken us from phone sex to chat rooms to sexting to email to Facebook and Twitter.But if the question is whether he cheated on his wife, the answer is no, because he never met these women, and he had only "communications" with them, not relationships. And it doesn't square with the emerging details of Weiner's online behavior.According to ABC News, Meagan Broussard, a 26-year-old woman armed with documentation, says the congressman "almost immediately" friended her on Facebook after she called one of his political videos "hottttt." They went on to exchange "hundreds of messages," many of which were sexual.