WOODBURY - Right-wing activist Andrew Breitbart says he is in possession of another lewd photograph that Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) allegedly sent to a woman online.

Breitbart, the publisher of Breitbart.com, says he will release the compromising image if Weiner forces his hand by going after the women allegedly involved in the scandal.

Breitbart posted shirtless pictures of the congressman online yesterday. Shortly afterward, Weiner held a news conference admitting he sent inappropriate photos to women, and then repeatedly lied about it.

Meanwhile, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg weighed in on the scandal, saying that voters will eventually decide Weiner's fate.

"This country has lots of very big problems that maybe we all should focus on and Congress should certainly get back to work and focus on," he says.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has called for an ethics investigation to determine whether Weiner broke any laws or congressional rules.Rep. Weiner admits he sent lewd picture; won't quit

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