Just when you thought Anthony Weiner couldn't sink any lower, he gets caught with a minor.
Digitally, at least.
The former New York congressman has been making headlines since 2011, but for all the wrong reasons.
First, he was outed for sexting women who was not his wife, Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin.
In 2013, Weiner was running for mayor of New York City when 22-year-old Sydney Leathers came forward to talk about their online relationship.
Last month, Abedin left Weiner after a photo of disgraced politician wearing nothing more than a pair of boxer briefs in bed while the couple's four-year-old son slept next to him surfaced.
Now, the Daily Mail has spoken with a 15-year-old from New York who confirms that she and Weiner engaged in some hot and heavy texting.
The girl, whose identity is being protected because she's under 18, along with her father, agreed to speak to the Mail, and provided screen shots of her texts with Weiner.
They met after the girl sent Weiner a direct message on Twitter (his account allowed for users he was not follow to engage in direct messaging).
The girl said she was writing a book on him, and wanted to get to know him more.
From there, things got weird.
"I would bust that tight p***y so hard and so often that you would leak and limp for a week," one from Weiner read.
In another text, Weiner suggested a rape fantasy.
"He would tell me to say his name as I was touching myself," the girl recalled.
"He would ask me to take my clothes off. He would just have his shirt off.
"Sometimes he would grab his lower region, but that was about it."
Then things got unnecessarily pleasant.
"He had some rape fantasies," she admitted.
"It would just be him showing up at my house when my dad was out of town,' she said. 'And just start undressing me, being forceful, asking me if I want to be dominated."
The girl's father told the Mail that he is not pressing charges against Weiner.
"I agreed because her mental health is in jeopardy and I didn't want to exacerbate anything that she has mentally going on," he said.
"If there's anybody out there that has a similar story that they can come forward, maybe use my daughter's example to have the courage to come forward."
Though Weiner did admit to an exchange with the girl, he did not comment on the more sexual parts of his texts.
"I have repeatedly demonstrated terrible judgement about the people I have communicated with online and the things I have sent," Weiner said in a statement to the Mail.
"I am filled with regret and heartbroken for those I have hurt."
So are we after reading these texts. Go take a cold shower, dude.