The feds have interviewed the 15-year-old girl at the center of the latest Anthony Weiner sexting scandal, a senior law enforcement source said.
The disgraced ex-congressman exchanged a number of sexually explicit text messages this year with the North Carolina girl before she went public in September.
The teen said he encouraged her to role play rape fantasies with him and utter his name as she touched herself.
He used the name “T-Dog” in their conversation, and set up his phone so that messages and pictures would be erased as soon as they appeared.
In his prior sexting scandals, Weiner used the name “Carlos Danger.”
Weiner’s wife of six years and Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin separated from him in August after he texted another woman a sexually explicit photo with his 4-year-old son in the frame.
After the teenager went public, federal authorities in New York and North Carolina opened investigations.
The source could not confirm reports that a grand jury would soon be convened, but added, “It wouldn’t surprise me. They immediately took an interest in it.”
The feds also slapped Weiner with a subpoena for his cell phone, CNN reported in September.
The FBI and the U.S. Attorney’s office in Manhattan declined to comment. An official with the federal prosecutor’s office in North Carolina did not return a phone call.