Anthony Weiner sentenced to 21 months in sexting case

Former member of the US Congress,Anthony Weiner, was convicted yesterday of charges of sexually harassing a 15-year-old girl.

Weiner was sentenced to 21 months in prison after having previously pleaded guilty to the charge that he had been sending inappropriate material to minors.

Weiner hid his face with his hands and wept after his judgment was read.

The prosecution announced that he violated the law by entering into an illegal relationship with a 15-year-old through Skip and Snepchet.

The habit of practicing “sexting” has destroyed his career in the Congress, the candidacy for the mayor, and his marriage with Huma Abedin, former associate Hilary Clinton.

An unnamed girlfriend talked with “Daily Mail” reporters and shared them with messages, photos and screenshots of communication with Weiner. She acknowledged that she had begun a correspondence, but she broke up contact when a “40-year-old woman” was posted in “New York Post”.

Anthony Weiner has 51 years. In most US states, young people are deemed capable of sexual intercourse between the ages of 16 and 18, according to law, although in many countries under the age of 16 they may enter into voluntary sexual intercourse, provided that the difference in age is not more than four years old.

This story became a problem at the end of the US 2016 election, when the then Federal Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, James Comey, cited the e-mails found in a laptop that was used by Weiner to justify the re-launch of a private computer server Hilary Clinton.

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