Anthony Weiner's third (!!!) sexting scandal has cost him his political career, his marriage to Huma Abedin, and now his credibility as a parent.
This article originally appeared on PEOPLE.com.
The Administration for Children's Services has launched an investigation into former's New York Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner's care of 4-year-old son Jordan, according to the New York Post.
This latest report comes following the news that Weiner, 51, had been exchanging sexually suggestive messages and photos with yet another woman, including a selfie of his crotch with his child in the background.
A worker at Weiner and Abedin's Union Square apartment reportedly confirmed to the Post that child welfare officials showed up to the couple's residence as a part of agency protocol to "ensure that a possibly endangered child has a room to sleep in and food to eat."
Weiner allegedly denied the claims that he had been visited or interviewed by ACS on Wednesday.
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After his infidelity was made public on Sunday, the former New York congressman was let go from contributor roles at both the New York Daily News and the television channel NY1. In addition, Abedin, who serves as vice chairwoman of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, announced she was ending their six-year marriage on Monday.
In 2011, Weiner resigned from Congress due to his first sexting scandal. Then in 2013, he ended his campaign for mayor of New York City amid the fall-out from his second sexting scandal.