Anthony Weiner’s teen sexting victim speaks, shows her face for first time

The teenage girl who former New York Rep. Anthony Weiner was caught texting, while his wife, Huma Abedin, was working on Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, has come forward.

She told “Inside Edition,” in an interview set to air on Monday, that she was surprised how quickly the text messages with the disgraced Democrat became racy and sexual.

“I just sent him a nice message, ‘Hello, I’m a huge fan,'” the girl said, adding the he responded within “minutes.”

The unnamed teenager said she was drawn to Weiner because of his closeness to the Democrat presidential candidate through his wife.

“I knew that Hillary Clinton would be running for president in the year 2016,” the teen said. “I wanted to see if Anthony was still up to the same antics.”

And she quickly found out that he was.

“I knew that it was going downhill really fast,” she told Inside Edition.

In one of the photos Weiner sent her he was not wearing a shirt and was with his young son.

“I was disgusted,” she said. “That’s part of the reason I came forward.”

The girl’s name has been withheld because of her age, but her father gave permission for her face to be shown.

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