New York Congressman Anthony Weiner admits no one hacked his Twitter account.
He sent a lewd photo of himself to a college student, then panicked and lied when he realized he accidentally posted it publicly.
"The picture was of me and I sent it. I am so sorry for the pain this has caused my wife Huma and our family," said Weiner.
Turns out, it wasn't his first time 'sexting.'
"Over the past few years I have engaged in several inappropriate conversations conducted over Twitter, Facebook, email, and occasionally over the phone," said Weiner.
Conservative activist Andrew Breitbart broke the story and has more photos he claims are Weiner. NBC has not verified them.
"If he was sending out stunt doubles it would be very interesting, but it looks like him," said Breitbart.
How damaging is this to Democrats?
MSNBC Political Commentator Richard Wolffe said, "It's gonna be very hard for him to maintain public trust. And his colleagues are gonna want nothing to do with him."
Huffington Post Washington Bureau Chief Ryan Grimm said, "If you're a donor, are you going to be jumping to write Anthony Weiner a check at this point?"
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is calling for an ethics investigation.
Weiner says he'll cooperate, but won't step down.