REP. ANTHONY WEINER holds presser after new lewd pix are revealed, admits he did IT.

 After Weiner-gate exploded, a choked-up New York Democratic Rep. Anthony confessed to media he had been lying and imdeed had sent a crotch shot of his bulging-underpants via Twitter to a 20 year-old young woman.

He also admitted that he had "inappropriate" conversations with six women before and after getting married via social networking.

He added, "I am not resigning."

Weiner called the initial photo a "joke."

He also said that his wife, Hillary Clinton’s aide Huma Abedin, didn't know the truth until today.

"I have made terrible mistakes and have hurt the people I care about the most,” he said. "A HUGELY regrettable mistake."




The ongoing WEINER-GATE scandal becomes even more engorged as new bawdy pix are revealed!

After a media field day of ongoing penis-related Weiner headlines after NY Rep. ANTHONY WEINER’s alleged Tweeted “junk shot” created a furor a series of new,ubner-creepy pix were made public today showcasing Weiner in comprising positions.

Weiner has adamantly denied sending the Tweetseen ‘round the world, but as The ENQUIRER reported previously if the crotch seen round the world was his, he said he could not say with "certitude" it was not.

Now, a website run by Andrew Breitbart, has new pics that could roast Weiner further.

According to Breitbart’s site, a woman has released "what she claims are intimate photographs, chats, and emails that she allegedly exchanged with" the sad sack poitico.

The pix were allegedly sent to the woman from Weiner's AOL email account via his BlackBerry on May 4, the site reported.

Meanwhile, Techies say new evidence makes it hard to believe someone hacked Weiner's Twitter account as the crotch shot was transmitted the TweetDeck app.

The TweetDeck stamp "does make it more plausible that it did come from him," a software company security adviser told The NY Post.

Weiner's wife, Hillary Clinton’s aide Huma Abedin, has wisely remained mum amidst hubby’s burgeoning failure at media shrinkage.