HOUSTON --Just one day after New York Representative Anthony Weiner dropped a bombshell about his extramarital relations with women over the Internet, one of those women arrived at Bush Intercontinental Airport. We caught up with Meagan Broussard, who claims she was pursued by Weiner on Facebook. We had a brief moment with Broussard as she arrived back in Houston early Tuesday afternoon. She didn't say much. Maybe it's telling what she wouldn't talk about on Tuesday. "Can we stop and talk to you for a minute about this?" we asked Broussard. "Sorry," she said. "We just want to hear more about what happened with him." "No thank you. I don't have any comment right now," Broussard said. Moments after she stepped off a flight from Newark to Houston, Broussard refused to tell us more about the relationship which had developed between her and Weiner. "Do you think he did anything wrong?" we asked Broussard as she kept on walking. In a tearful confession, Rep. Weiner on Monday apologized for his actions. "I've exchanged messages and photos of an explicit nature with about six women over the last three years," he said. One of those women is 26-year-old Broussard. She spoke with ABC's Chris Cuomo on Monday in an exclusive interview, revealing some of the risqué content which she says Weiner often initiated. "What are you wearing, what do you like in the bedroom -- that sort of thing," she told Cuomo. Broussard says Weiner persistently pushed her to talk about sex. "He would attempt all the time," she said. The single mother from Beaumont provided ABC News with dozens of photos, emails, Facebook messages and phone logs chronicling their relationship. She admits she voluntarily participated. Her interview with ABC apparently pressured him to come clean. "If you had to do this over again, would you do the same thing?" we asked her. After all that she revealed, Broussard wouldn't answer that final question. Meanwhile, Weiner now faces calls for resignation and an ethics probe.