No wonder Weiner stopped talking to the press - he knew there was a lot of damaging stuff out there:
We may not have seen the last of Rep. Anthony Weiner's private parts.
Two reports Monday say women are coming forward to claim they received dirty pictures and messages from the congressman.
One woman told RadarOnline and Star magazine that she and Weiner carried on a "longterm Facebook affair" since earlier this year, trading sexting messages and photos.
The middle aged Nevada woman, who was not identified, claims she has 200 sexually explicit messages from Weiner and once spent a half hour talking dirty on the phone, but says she never met the man.
RadarOnline published some of a March 16 exchange in which Weiner wrote that he had a "ridiculous bulge in my shorts now. wanna see?"
She responded: "Yea! can u send a pic?"
"jeez, im rushing. let me take a quick pic," Weiner replied.
But the woman said she never got the photo because he "got cold feet."
RadarOnline did not publish any photos purporting to be of Weiner.
Conservative blogger Andrew Breitbart also said he has revealing photos and emails from a woman who shared inappropriate Internet interludes with Weiner.
One picture posted on Breitbart's BigGovernment.com Website shows a t-shirt clad Weiner with his two cats, with the subject line: "Me and the pussies."
Breitbart claims Weiner sent the woman photos from his AOL email account by BlackBerry on May 4.
Another was a shirtless photo, apparently of Weiner, displaying an remarkably ripped chest.
Breitbart claimed Weiner sent that photo on May 20 using a private Yahoo email address.
The normally voluble congressman - who has not handled the burgeoning scandal artfully - has gone underground. He missed friendly political events Sunday and stayed out of sight Monday.
And the once-prolific Twitter hasn't blasted out a tweet since last Wednesday.
Weiner insisted last week he did not send the lewd photograph of bulging briefs to a 21-year-old Seattle college student from his Twitter account, but did not deny that he was the subject of the photo.
"I don't know what photographs are out there in the world of me," he said last week.
The newly-married politician generated a cloud of skepticism by first holding a defensive press conference, then giving vague answers to direct questions, and finally trying to laugh the controversy away with a stream of double entendres.
His friends and political allies have been slow to come to his defense.
Forget City Hall 2013.
UPDATE: Weiner to break silence and hold a 4PM press conference.