Child-welfare officials are investigating Anthony Weiner in the wake of The Post’s exclusive report that he sent a lewd selfie that showed his young son lying in bed next to him, sources said Wednesday.
The Administration for Children’s Services has launched a probe into the disgraced ex-pol’s care of the boy, a city government source said.
Agency protocol requires a home visit within 48 hours, and ACS showed up at Weiner and estranged wife Huma Abedin’s Union Square apartment building on Tuesday, a worker there confirmed.
Such visits are meant to ensure that a possibly endangered child has a room to sleep in and food to eat, the government source said.
Exclusive video shot by The Post showed Weiner leaving his building alone around 6 a.m. Tuesday, and it was unclear if ACS gained access to his apartment.
Weiner said Wednesday that he had not been visited or interviewed by ACS.
Abedin, 41, publicly announced they were separating on Monday, hours after The Post published her hubby’s disturbing crotch shot.
Weiner, 51, resigned from Congress in 2011 over a sexting scandal and claimed to have undergone rehab.
He attempted a political comeback in 2013 by running for mayor with Abedin’s support, but his surging campaign collapsed amid revelations he had resumed sexting under the pseudonym “Carlos Danger.”