Comey's decision came after FBI agents investigating Weiner's sexual misdeeds discovered that her emails had been forwarded to Weiner's laptop, apparently by his wife.
In a matter of days, the FBI concluded there was nothing new in the emails, but Clinton has said the damage was done.
'That offense – transmitting obscenity to a minor to induce her to engage in sexually explicit conduct by video chat and photo – is far from mere 'sexting'.
The scandal-hit politician, 53, could face more than two years in jail for sending obscene material to the teen in a case that may have also have played a role in costing Hillary Clinton - former boss of Weiner's wife, Huma Abedin - the presidential election.'This is not merely a 'sexting' case,' prosecutors wrote to the judge.The girl, who showed her face publicly for the first time earlier this month, said she initially decided to come forward about Weiner because she was disturbed he had sent women photographs of him posing with his young son.After the scandal broke, Weiner spent several weeks at a rehab center for sex addiction in Tennessee.Click here to see if you live in a state where we are authorized to practice.For those preferring face-to-face classes, we bring our courses to Champaign, Grayslake, River Grove and Palatine.
The prosecutors' note reveals that Weiner 'has acknowledged an interest in legal, adult, teen-themed pornography'.