Weiner Free After Serving 21 Month Prison Sentence

Former congressman Anthony Weiner is free after serving a 21-month prison sentence for trying to illicit online contact with a 15-year-old girl.

“It’s good to be out,” the disgraced former congressman said, according to the New York Post. “I hope to be able to live a life of integrity and service. I am glad this chapter of my life is behind me.”

The 54-year-old Weiner was ordered in April to register as a sex offender as he neared the end of his 21-month sentence.

The Judge has designated Weiner as a Level 1 offender under the state’s version of what’s known as Megan’s Law, meaning that he is thought to have a low risk of re-offending.

Weiner plead guilty in May of 2017 to transferring obscene material to a minor. For those at home, that means he sent a D*ck pic.

Prosecutors also said that he had a series of sexually explicit Skype and Snapchat exchanges with a North Carolina high school student and encouraged the teen to strip naked and touch herself sexually.

In 2011, Weiner was accused of sending nude pictures of himself to a college student, he claimed at the time he had been hacked. He later retracted that and admitted to online interactions with at least six other women while being married to Hillary Clinton’s top aide Huma Abedin.

Considering the information found on his laptop, this guy better have armed security.

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