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Battle lines are drawn at the fancy downtown school that Anthony Weiner’s son attends, we’re told, because the school board is considering letting the convicted sex offender back onto its grounds.
Page Six is told that the school has a long-standing policy of only allowing the disgraced pol — who served 16 months in prison for sexting with a 15-year-old — to go as far as its gates.
But freaked-out parents had a representative reach out to tell us that former Rep. Weiner has been lobbying to be allowed onto the school grounds to collect his son Jordan, 8, and attend events such as parent-teacher conferences.
While it’s commonly believed that sex offenders aren’t allowed on school grounds, New York state regulations make an exception if the offender has a child at the school, under certain circumstances. However, school boards can make the decision to disallow or allow the parent past their gates.
“Parents are very upset,” said an insider. “The school has kids that are 16 and 17 — the same age as [the kid] that he was [sexting] with.”
Weiner was sentenced in 2017 to 21 months in prison after he pleaded guilty to sending sexually explicit text messages to a 15-year-old North Carolina girl, acknowledging he was aware of her age when he messaged her, and was registered as a sex offender. He was released early from jail for good behavior.
Weiner and wife Huma Abedin filed for divorce in September 2017, but Abedin withdrew her petition in January 2018 for the sake of their son.
Weiner moved into the same East Village apartment building as Abedin — to an apartment down the hall — a few months after he was released from prison and had completed a stint at a Bronx halfway house last year.
Weiner and the school, which Page Six has not named, declined to comment.
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