Washington (CNN) - New York Democratic Congresswoman Nita Lowey told Anthony Weiner in a telephone call that she is "very disappointed in him" and said "his behavior was inexcusable," according to a source familiar with the call.
The source said Lowey is "not going to be public" about whether or not she told Weiner privately that he should resign.
Lowey is not only a colleague of Weiner's, but also a friend. She was one of only a few members of Congress invited to Weiner's wedding last year.
The call, which took place Wednesday, is one of many Weiner has had this week with colleagues, friends and supporters. Sources familiar with several of those calls have described Weiner as contrite and apologetic.