Top Florida Democrat Comes Out as Bisexual After Being Caught Naked and Passed Out in His Own Vomit with Muscle Hooker

Billed by Democrats as “THE NEXT OBAMA”, former Democrat nominee for Governor in the state of Florida made the news back in March.

Andrew Gillum was named in a police report that involved baggies of crystal meth and two other men in Miami Beach hotel room last night.

The police report first published online by Candace Owens, is extremely concerning.

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Gillum, who came close to beating former Congressman Ron DeSantis in 2018 for governor, was apparently involved in quite the party. Paramedics were called to the room before police arrived to treat another man who was allegedly overdosing from what was described as crystal meth.

According to one of the men involved in the “party”, he entered the hotel room to find Andrew Gillum and the other man under the influence of an “unknown” substance. Gillum then collapsed on the bed in a prone position before entering the bathroom to vomit. When police were taking statements from the men, Gillum was so drunk that he was unable to speak coherently. He was allowed to return to another hotel room without being arrested, according to The Capitolist.

Images from the late night meth party and gay sex romp eventually made the internet.

Gillum entered rehab before the images were made public.

On Monday top Democrat Andrew Gillum admitted to being bisexual.

Mediaite reported:

Former Mayor of Tallahassee and ex-CNN contributor Andrew Gillum came out as bisexual during an interview with Tamron Hall where he spoke candidly about being found found naked and inebriated in a Miami hotel room with another man who had overdosed earlier this year.

Gillum told Hall that he “went down to Miami a day early” before a wedding “because my staff in Miami put together some meetings that they wanted me to do.”

The former mayor then explained that, after a day of drinking, he traveled to the place of an acquaintance he had not known for very long and had “another drink.”

“This one is prepared for me, and the last memory I have is sitting there drinking,” he recalled, adding, “The next memory that I have is I am in a bathroom with no clothes on with five police officers and the EMT worker said, ‘Your friend had an overdose.’”

“When I heard ‘overdose’ I thought dead, and they asked me, ‘Did you take anything?’ and I’m like, ‘No, I didn’t take anything, I was drinking earlier but that was it.’ He says, ‘Are you aware that you have been vomiting? That you could’ve choked on your vomit?’ I said no,” Gillum detailed, claiming, “I have no idea what happened with three hours.”…

…Gillum claimed that “what was most hurtful was this belief that I was somehow living a lie in my marriage and in my family.”

“That was the most hurtful to me because I believe we’re all entitled to mistakes, and I believe we’re entitled to those mistakes without having every other respectable and redeeming part of our lives invalidated, and I felt like the love that I have between my wife and I, my family, but most important the authenticity that I was trying to lead with was all in question at this point,” he declared. “And not even in question anymore, something else had been assumed about that.”