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Lisa Weiss, Rep. Anthony Weiner's Vegas-based cyber mistress, feels bad about her involvement in "Weinergate." So she's apologizing to his wife.

Yes, she really is. She's penned a letter to Huma Abedin.

The moronic, ethically questionable antics of Weiner almost gloss over the moral element to the scandal - dude has been married for a few years.

Blackjack dealer Weiss says she feels terrible about it.

Lisa Weiss Picture

Weiss, who came forward along with Megan Broussard and Ginger Lee as Weiner sext partners, is pictured above with some other blurry folks.

In the letter, Lisa Weiss tells Huma Abedin she wants to express "deepest apologies for conversing with your husband, Rep. Anthony Weiner."

Weiss adds, "I honestly meant no harm and I hope that you and Anthony can work through this." Oh, and "I still remain a huge supporter!"

We're sure that's very comforting right now.

[Photo: TMZ]

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NYC real estate mogul Donald Trump posted his thoughts on the Anthony Weiner photo scandal on YouTube today. Let's just say he does not mince words.

The embattled Congressman, who made no secret of aspiring to run for New York City Mayor, is a "psycho" and a "bad guy," according to The Donald.

Laying into Weiner for sending lewd pics to Ginger Lee and others, Trump says he had a "death wish" and should never be allowed to run for office. Ever.

The silver lining, according to Trump? You gotta watch and see:

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This is just getting ridiculous now.

First, it was Lisa Weiss. Then Meagan Broussard. Now a third woman, former porn star Ginger Lee, is alleging that she was involved in an online sexual relationship with moronic U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner.

One that could pose legal complications for him, in fact.

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Rep. Weiner instructed Ginger Lee to lie about their relationship and even offered PR help from his team in the process, according to TMZ.

Weiner and Lee exchanged scores of sexual emails over a long period of time. When the Twitpic scandal broke on May 28, Lee began receiving calls from the media, and Weiner was more than happy to help.

On June 2, Weiner emailed Lee, "Do you need to talk to a professional PR type person to give u advice? I can have someone on my team call."

Hilariously, he then added, "[Yeah, my team is doing great. Ugh]."

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Move over, Lisa Weiss. Another member of Anthony Weiner's Twitter harem has come forward, admitting an online tryst with the embattled official.

Meagan Broussard, 26, spilled the beans to ABC News in a full-scale interview.

The single mom actually spoke to the network before Weiner's press conference on Monday, when the New York Congressman admitted to sending sexually explicit photographs to at least six women in recent years.

It's unclear if Meagan Broussard was the recipient of the infamous Anthony Weiner Twitpic. What's quite clear, though, is that he could do a lot worse as far as online mistresses go. Sorry. Just saying:

Meagan Broussard Picture

It's unclear of Meagan received any explicit Weiner shots.

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Lisa Weiss, one of six women who carried on a sexual online relationship with U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner, is a 40-year-old blackjack dealer.

Weiss came forward after Weiner admitted sending lewd photos Monday.

Weiner said he was “deeply ashamed” and stated 21 times that he takes responsibility for his actions, but he also denied he used government resources during his online sexual antics. Lisa Weiss begs to differ, however.

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Someone needs a pitcher of water dumped on his head.

Weiss said she shared 220 messages with Weiner beginning on August 13 of last year, and they were often exchanged during work hours.

In an explicit exchange March 3 - the same day he voted on a health care bill in the U.S. House of Representatives - Weiner bemoaned that he had to end their conversation because he was “off to class.”

The casino worker also claimed that she had steamy phone sex with the six-term Congressman on a U.S. Government phone.

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In the face of mounting evidence - including an investigation of his Twitter platform and the discovery of another inappropriate photo - New York Congressman Anthony Weiner held a press conference today and admitted:

I lied. I did send lewd photos to multiple women online.

Anthony Weiner Press Conference

The scandal first erupted at the end of May, as a picture of Weiner's covered crotch was found online, purported to be Tweeted to a 21-year old follower. Weiner immediately hired a lawyer, but also gave interviews in which he blamed the incident on a "prank."

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It's not a good day to be Anthony Weiner.

First, a website conducted a bit of investigative journalism and reported that the crotch shot allegedly Tweeted from the Congressman's account to a young female follower did, indeed, come from the same social networking application used by Weiner.

Now, a NEW photo of the politician has supposedly surfaced.

Anthony Weiner Torso Pic?

This picture above was obtained by BigGovernment dot com, which claims Weiner sent it on May 20, from his Yahoo email, to a woman. The source also says many other images of the Congressman are stored in that account.

Could this all be a conspiracy against Weiner? Yes.

But of all the lewd photo scandals that have plagued actresses, athletes and politicians, we can't help but wonder: have any ever actually turned out to be the result of hacking?

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There's a new development in the case of Anthony Weiner vs. Anonymous Hacker. And it's not good news for the New York Congressman.

While it's still possible that Weiner's Twitter account was broken into, and that's how a photo of his covered crotch ended up being sent to a 21-year old follower, the folks at TweetCongress dot org have uncovered a key piece of circumstantial evidence.

Anthony Weiner Photo

A website that follows the social networking activity of politicians, TweetCongress reports that Weiner was using TweetDeck (an Adobe application) on May 27, the day the scandalous pic was sent.

By connecting Weiner's application of choice with the platform on which the photo was sent, Chet Wisniewski - a senior security adviser at SophosLabs - said the TweetDeck stamp “does make it more plausible that it did come from him.”

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Bill O'Reilly appears willing to believe Anthony Weiner.

While acknowledging that the attention paid to this Congressman's Twitter scandal - in which he alleges someone hacked into his account and sent this picture to a 21-year old follower - is "dumb," O'Reilly also brought up an interesting point last night:

If a hacker really did infiltrate a Congressman's account, we're looking at a major security risk.

The Fox News host said. "Weiner's case is dumb. But if he was hacked, that's serious. So the FBI should be involved and should tell the folks they're on the case."

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Anthony Weiner insists that his Twitter account was hacked last week and he never sent a picture of his crotch to a 21-year old follower.

Does that mean the photo is not of his manly region?

"I can’t say with certitude," Weiner told Luke Russert of NBC News, adding: “My system was hacked, pictures can be manipulated, dropped in and inserted. One reason I asked a firm to look at what the heck happened here... is to see maybe something was manipulated, maybe something was dropped in.”

Anthony Weiner Pic

Constantly referring to the release - and then immediate deletion - of this crotch shot as a "prank," Weiner has hired a private security firm to look into the issue.

Meanwhile, Jon Stewart is actually a long-time friend of the Congressman. Naturally, he had to chime in on the growing scandal. Watch him do so below.

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