Anthony Weiner released from prison early


Former Congressman Anthony Weiner is out of federal prison a few months early after being convicted of illicit online contact with a teenage girl who was 15 in 2017. Weiner apparently had good behavior and was let out early because of it. The 54-year-old Democrat from New York is now in custody of the Residential Re-entry Management office located in Brooklyn, New York.

He's required to register as a sex offender. He will spend at least three years under a supervised release program which is part of the terms of his sentencing. He was spending 21-months in prison at the Federal Medical Center Devens, which is in Ayer, Massachusetts. He went there back in November of 2017.

He spent 12 years in Congress, but that came to a halt when he was busted for sending a lewd picture of himself to a college student back in 2011. He did that on Twitter.

He claimed his account was hacked, but then he opened up and confessed to more inappropriate things he did online with a minimal of six other women. This was all while he was married to Huma Abedin, one of Hillary Clinton's top aides.

He eventually resigned from Congress after his scandal. He later tried to run for mayor of New York City in 2013, but failed miserably. As we can see, New York failed miserably anyway with who they have in office.

After Weiner resigned from Congress, he was later caught sending more nasty photos to another woman. This time he used the name "Carlos Danger" trying not to get caught, but apparently that didn't work.

What will Weiner do next? That is unclear. One thing is for sure - he better not send anyone a picture of his junk on a cell phone, or he'll probably be locked up again.

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