Children’s Services Launches Investigation of Anthony Weiner

Anthony Weiner investigated

Anthony Weiner’s latest sexting scandal has gotten him into hot water with Children’s Services because he was sharing pictures with strangers which included his infant son. Now he’s being investigated by the service.

The New York Post reports:

Children’s Services launches Anthony Weiner probe

Child-welfare officials are investigating Anthony Weiner in the wake of The Post’s exclusive report that he sent a lewd selfie that showed his young son lying in bed next to him, sources said Wednesday.

The probe of Weiner was launched by the Administration for Children’s Services over his handling of 4-year-old son Jordan, a city government source told The Post.

Agency protocol requires a home visit within 48 hours, and ACS showed up at Weiner and estranged wife Huma Abedin’s Union Square apartment building on Tuesday, a worker there confirmed.

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Such initial visits are meant to ensure that a possibly at-risk child has a room to sleep in and food to eat, the government source said.

Exclusive video shot by The Post showed Weiner leaving his building alone around 6 a.m. Tuesday, and it was unclear if ACS gained access to his apartment.

Weiner said early Wednesday that he had not been visited or interviewed by ACS.

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Weiner has now lost his career and his marriage due to his need to seek out sex with strangers.

You don’t have to be a therapist to know he has a serious problem.



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