A breaking sex scandal rocked this Democrat House candidate and she just made one bone-chilling accusation in response

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Politics is a dirty business.

More than a few politicians have been caught doing utterly jaw-dropping things for cash.

But a breaking sex scandal that rocked one Democrat House candidate has her making one bone-chilling accusation in response.

Susanna Gibson, a Democratic candidate for a swing seat in the Virginia House of Delegates, just got embroiled in a sex scandal of her own making.

Gibson and her husband posted videos on the pornography site Chaturbate, a mashup of “chat” and “masturbate.”

Gibson solicited money from viewers in exchange for performing certain sex acts with her husband.

But the Democratic candidate seemingly violated the site’s rules by soliciting donations. 

Chaturbate’s terms and conditions state: “Requesting or demanding specific acts for tips may result in a ban from the Platform for all parties involved.”

The scandal broke wide open when a Republican operative pointed the Washington Post in the direction of the publicly available videos.

The Post reported that “[i]n at least two videos, she tells viewers she is ‘raising money for a good cause.’ In multiple videos, Gibson interrupts sex acts to type into a bedside computer. Speaking directly into the screen, she urges viewers to provide tips, which are paid through ‘tokens’ purchased through the site. In at least two videos, she agrees to perform certain acts only in a ‘private room,’ an arrangement that requires the viewer to pay more. ‘I need, like, more tokens before I let him do that,’ she responds to a request that they perform a certain act. ‘One token, no. More. Raising money for a good cause.’”

Getting “revenge” on yourself

In light of the scandal, Gibson and her attorney claimed that the “leak” was a form of “revenge porn,” but Gibson posted the videos herself to a public website.

Gibson wrote in a statement that exposure of the videos represented “an illegal invasion of my privacy designed to humiliate me and my family. It won’t intimidate me and it won’t silence me…My political opponents and their Republican allies have proven they’re willing to commit a sex crime to attack me and my family because there’s no line they won’t cross to silence women when they speak up.”

But again, Gibson posted the videos herself on a public website.

She cannot make a strong case that her privacy was violated.

Daniel P. Watkins, Gibson’s attorney, announced, “We are working closely with state and federal law enforcement.”

Do Democrat politicians want to make it a crime to call attention to their own publicly-posted behaviors?

If Gibson didn’t want the humiliating videos out in the public, she should not have put them on a public site.

David Owen, Gibson’s Republican opponent, said in a statement, “Me and my team found out about this story today like everyone else…I’m sure this is a difficult time for Susanna and her family, and I’m remaining focused on my campaign.”

Virginia is a purple state, so the seat could be instrumental in state politics.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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