Scandal Forces Rep. Anthony Weiner to De-List Apartment

Not only is Rep. Anthony Weiner's scandalous photo debacle hurting his political career, but it's proving costly to his real estate investments as well. Weiner and his wife Huma Abedin very quietly removed their Forest Hills apartment from the market soon after the Democratic congressman admitted to sending lewd photos and messages to six different women. View the original listing. Click through to see images of the home.

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It appears that Rep. Anthony Weiner's photo scandal is hurting both his political career and his real estate investments. Weiner and his wife Huma Abedin quietly removed their Forest Hills apartment from the market soon after the congressman admitted to sending lewd photos and messages to six women. Click to see more of the home.
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The Twitter-happy congressman's Queens co-op apartment was originally listed for $449,000 and was only on the market for 10 days before the listing disappeared. View the original listing.
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The apartment was built in 1939 and features an updated kitchen with new dark-chocolate-colored cabinetry and stainless steel appliances.
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Weiner received even more media scrutiny after it was revealed that his wife, Huma Abedin, a long-time aide to Hillary Clinton, is pregnant. Abedin's friends say that she is more saddened than angry over her husband's behavior, and that she'd like to help him, even though she believes he has a long way to go to redeem himself.
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Sources speculate that the couple originally listed the apartment around the time Abedin found out about her pregnancy. The duo likely decided to upgrade their digs to accommodate their new addition.
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Signs of happier times? The couple's bedroom features monogrammed pillows.
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Look familiar? This is arguably the most infamous home office in Forest Hills, Queens.
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Since his emotional press conference, reporters have flooded Weiner's house in Queens. Here, he shuts the door from the media.
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The home features two bedrooms.
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A view of one of the 1.5 baths in the co-op unit.
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For now, nobody knows if the Congressman will indeed step down. On June 12, he announced that he is taking a leave of absence to "seek treatment." But it looks like the couple won't be leaving their Queens apartment anytime soon.
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