Weiner, 53, said in a submission last week that he's undergoing treatment and is profoundly sorry for subjecting the North Carolina high school student to what his lawyers called his "deep sickness."
"My life isn't big and loud anymore," he said. "Every day I quietly do what I can to keep getting better and to fix the damage I've done."
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