NSFW: Uncensored Anthony Weiner penis pics published by gossip site The Dirty

New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner and his wife Huma Abedin attend a news conference on Tuesday after new sexting allegations surface.  Credit: Reuters/Eric Thayer
New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner and his wife Huma Abedin attend a news conference on Tuesday after new sexting allegations surfaced.
Credit: Reuters/Eric Thayer

Warning: The below photos are graphic and extremely not safe for work.

The hits keep coming for NYC mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner.

Earlier this week, gossip website The Dirty first posted explicit online conversations Weiner allegedly had with 23-year-old Sydney Leathers after he resigned from Congress. The site went a step further Thursday by posting uncensored photos it claims were sent by Weiner to a sexting partner.

The site first posted the pictures with its logo over the explicit image that allegedly showed Weiner’s genitals. Thursday, the site posted new versions of two photos, clearly showing the graphic images.

“Today is the first time in our company history that TheDirty.com has published extreme nude images without censor because New York deserves better leadership than this,” the site said in a statement it posted with the photos.

Weiner, accompanied by his wife, Huma Abedin, acknowledged on Tuesday that he did continue sexually charged online relationships with other women even after his resignation in 2011. He said some of the information posted by The Dirty was true, while other information was false, but did not specify further. Abedin also addressed the media, saying her husband had made horrible mistakes in the past, but that she has forgiven him and chose to save their marriage.

Weiner shrugged off calls by other city officials to drop out of the mayoral race.

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