Andrew Cuomo: Anthony Weiner Underage Sexting Allegations ‘Sick,’ ‘Possibly Criminal’

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 09: Democratic mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner prepares to eat a sandwich during a break from working the phone bank at campaign headquarters on September 9, 2013 in New York City. The city's primary mayoral election is September 10 with the general election scheduled for November …
Mario Tama/Getty Images

The latest revelations against Anthony Weiner — allegations of sexting with an underage girl — could lead to criminal charges, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo suggests. A law enforcement source has told Breitbart News that NYPD is reviewing the case.

From the New York Post:

Gov. Cuomo reacted with disgust, saying that “if the reports are true, it’s possibly criminal and it is sick.

“And frankly, I’ve heard enough about Anthony Weiner and I think that goes for all New Yorkers,” he added.

Legal experts said he could be exposed to a slew of state and federal charges — including one that carries a mandatory minimum of 15 years in prison.

“The federal government is very strict — not that state isn’t — but the feds are very strict when it comes to sex offenses involving children,” defense lawyer Renee Hill said.

“He could be in some really serious trouble here.”

Read the rest of the story here.