Heartbreaking: In the messages Anthony Weiner claimed that the parents of his wife Huma Abedin had not accepted him because of his religion
Anthony Weiner accused his Muslim parents-in-law of being 'backwards thinking' and never accepting him because of his Jewish background, it was revealed today.
Newly released messages from the disgraced former congressman's text conversations, obtained exclusively by MailOnline, show how Weiner had explicit exchanges with women comparing them to his wife.
The devastating new allegations will put added strain on his marriage to Huma Abedin, who is due to give birth to their first child in the New Year.
The messages are contained in a new book written by one of the women at the centre of the 'sexting' scandal, which saw the politician resign from his seat in Congress in June.
Former cheerleading coach Traci Nobles, 35, said that she has written 'I Freinded You' to set the record straight.
Excerpts from the book, which are being published exclusively by MailOnline, show how Weiner, 47, sent explicit messages from his congressional office and boasted about masturbating in the House toilets.
In the exchanges he complained that spending time with his wife's parents is 'exhausting' as 'they are a bit backwards thinking'.
Mrs Abedin, 35, a personal aide and deputy chief of staff to U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, revealed she was pregnant in the middle of Weiner's Twitter photo fiasco.
I wish I had an escape route sometimes,' Weiner wrote in the messages to Ms Nobles.
Well a lot has to do with religion,' he wrote. 'Lots of restrictions and how I've never been accepted by them.'
Touchy is a good word for this. It's been touchy and worse from the beginning,' he added.
They just believe I should be Muslim or convert… it makes for a lot of uncomfortable meetings.'
When you're religion is something that is hated from the beginning it doesn't inspire much confidence,' he wrote.
Sources close to the couple have reportedly claimed that Mrs Abedin's devout Muslim family was furious with Mr Weiner over the original sexting scandal.
Minutes after talking about his parents-in-law, in messages that are likely to cause most distress to Mrs Abedin, Weiner unfavourably compared her genitalia to that of Ms Nobles.
Omg. I didn't think I could get any harder. That is a perfect p***y. I'm not used to such a perfect p***y. Baby you're beautiful.'
In several of the messages, Weiner claims to be 'sexting' from his congressional office.
It's a big office and you know that's not the only thing here that's big,' he wrote in one message.
In another he told Ms Nobles that he needed to go to the bathroom before going out on the House floor.
I had to do some wiping in the bathroom hehe,' he wrote minutes later.
Weiner also accused his Republican rival Bob Turner, who won his seat after he stood down, of being 'just another rich businessman trying to buy himself an election'.
Mr Turner unsuccessfully stood against Weiner in November 2010.
He boasted about his performance in a debate with Mr Turner that Ms Nobles had watched.
Knowing you were watching gets me hot, he was so easy,' he wrote. 'I could have done [it] with my eyes closed.
Just another rich businessman trying to buy himself an election… like Bloomberg.'
Mr Weiner quit his position as a New York Democrat Congressman in June after a sensational 'sexting' scandal forced him out.
His wife took a couple of weeks off work and Mr Weiner headed to an 'intense' rehab programme to help him treat his 'sexting' addiction.
The scandal saw him send lewd messages of himself to at least six women he met on Twitter and Facebook.
Since the scandal emerged, the couple have kept an extremely low profile and avoided public engagements.
Paid $174,000-a-year, Mr Weiner represented parts of New York City in the House of Representatives since being first elected in 1998.