Update: Weinergate Reaches the Shirtless Stage

Andrew Breitbart claims Weiner sent the pic to young woman he met online

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Photos of Rep. Anthony Weiner's naked torso have been posted by Andrew Breitbart as the conservative prankster fulfills his promise to humiliate the congressman by slowly posting sexually-tinged pics one by one. Breitbart posted other photos that he claims Weiner sent to a different woman than the one involved in the original Twitter scandal. One  clearly shows the congressman's face as he sits on the couch by two sleeping cats; Weiner titled the image "Me and the pussys." But the most incriminating photo is the one above. Breitbart claims it "was allegedly sent to the young woman on Friday, May 20, 2011 via a Yahoo! email address that she claims was an alternate alias for Rep. Weiner."  Weiner's face is in a series of MySpace-style shirtless self-portraits, some of them taken in front of an odd mirror with a twig-like frame. "A Google search for the email address Rep. Weiner allegedly used on that occasion," Breitbart writes, "yields an invisible Yahoo! profile with images that appear to be a repository for some of Rep. Weiner’s personal photographs."

For a week, Weiner has been dogged by allegations that he posted on Twitter a photo of his underwear that answered many unasked questions about his anatomy. Radar's Dylan Howard reports that a woman claims the New York congressman sent 200 sexually-explicit messages to her from an old Facebook account he doesn't use anymore. The woman, who is middle-aged and from Nevada, says Weiner told her of his "ridiculous bulge" and inquired whether she might like to see it. She gave Radar and Star a "partially redacted transcript" of some Facebook sexts from March 16. When the woman asked how he was going to send the photo evidence of his bulge, Weiner allegedly responded "It wont go away. and now im taking pics of it. making me harder still." But he "got cold feet" and never sent the image.

As for the sexts, the dirty words have been bleeped out by Radar, offering readers a chance to play dirty Mad Libs. Among the messages supposedly written by Weiner are gems like "You will surely make noise when I take you (censored). I will tell you (censored)" and "I like when you talk about (censored)." The woman also claims she and the congressman had a 30-minute phone sex session--on his office phone line.

Radar says it's confirmed that the messages were sent from the old account that Weiner quit using November 24.

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