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WATCH: Ex-Porn Star Breaks Her Silence About Weiner Scandal

HUFFINGTONPOST.COM - Former porn star Ginger Lee appeared at a press conference in New York Wednesday to discuss her relationship with embattled Congressman Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.).

"I did not sext Anthony Weiner," Lee said in a statement. "I did not send photos to him or receive photos from him. Any time he would take conversations in a sexual direction, I would not reciprocate."

"When the scandal broke and people started emailing me, I did not know what to do. So I emailed Anthony Weiner. He asked me to lie about our communication."

"I think that Anthony Weiner should resign, because he lied to the public and the press for more than a week," Lee concluded.

Lee is one of the six women with whom Weiner has admitted exchanging explicit messages online.

According to Lee's lawyer, Gloria Allred, Lee and Weiner exchanged approximately 100 emails, starting in March and ending approximately two weeks ago. In a number of them, Weiner made reference to his "package."

"I have wardrobe demands too. I need to highlight my package," Allred read from one email allegedly sent by Weiner. "Alright, my package and I are not going to beg," he apparently wrote in another. >>>CLICK HERE TO READ MORE AND TO WATCH THE VIDEO

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