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Former Porn Star Speaks About Sexting with Anthony Weiner

Former porn star Ginger Lee tells all about her on-line relationship with disgraced Congressman Anthony Weiner. The news conference was standing room only as Lee spoke for the first time about the steamy emails she received from the congressman.

"We did communicate on a fairly regular basis. Any time that he would take our communications in a sexual direction, I did not reciprocate. When the tweet regarding his crotch went out, I had already been told by him about a Twitter sex scandal on the horizon," said Lee.

Lee is one of five women who have come forward to detail Weiner's out-of-control sexting. She's also claiming he asked her to lie about their communications.

"I knew I couldn't lie for him, but I didn't want to be the one who kicked him under the bus. So I went silent and went into hiding," said Lee.

Lee says she never received any photos from Weiner, or sent any to him. She says she spoke to the congressman only once on the phone.

Lee, who is being represented by famed attorney Gloria Allred, was asked about Weiner's efforts to cling to his congressional seat.

"I think that Anthony Weiner should resign, because he lied to the public and to the press for more than a week. It might have never turned into this if he had told the truth, but he kept lying," said Lee.

Lee's news conference came the same day Weiner's pregnant wife, Huma Abedin, arrived back in Washington D.C. in the early hours after a diplomatic mission to Africa with her boss, Hillary Clinton.

There was no comment when INSIDE EDITION's Paul Boyd asked about Abedin.

Boyd asked, "Gloria, is there anything that your client would like to say to Anthony Weiner's wife, Huma? On any level, does she owe her an apology?"

"We have no comment about his wife," said Allred.

Despite Weiner's insistence that Abedin is standing by him, the new issue of People magazine quotes a source who says, "She's not made any decisions yet. She wants what's best for this baby and this baby's father. It's unclear what that is."

Donald Trump questioned the appropriateness of Abedin's trip to Africa when he spoke to Fox News's Sean Hannity.

Trump said, "This guy is going through turmoil like nobody's ever gone through turmoil, and his wife isn't with him. You would think in all fairness that the wife would say, 'Excuse me Hillary, I'm going back.' "

Democratic leaders say they believe Weiner may be on the verge of quitting.

Rep. Carolyn McCarthy of New York said, "We're hearing that he might resign in a couple of days."

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