Watchdog alleges Virginia Democrat filmed sexual interactions with hotel staff without consent
American Accountability Foundation alleges that Gibson and her husband violated Virginia law.
The nonprofit group American Accountability Foundation alleged in a letter sent to Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares that Democrat House of Delegates candidate Susanna Gibson and her husband filmed sexual interactions with hotel staff without consent.
"We are concerned that there has not been adequate attention paid to Mr. and Mrs. Gibson’s predatory behavior," the letter reads. "Specifically, we are concerned that they solicited payment for the non-consensual inclusion of third parties into their sex videos. We note that there is reporting that during their videos Mr. & Mrs. Gibson proposed filming sexual interactions with hotel staff without their consent."
You can read the letter here:
American Accountability Foundation alleges that Gibson and her husband violated Virginia law if they exposed themselves to the hotel staff.
"Specifically, §18.2-387 states that it is a crime for “Every person who intentionally makes an obscene display or exposure of his person, or the private parts thereof, in any public place, or in any place where others are present, or procures another to so expose himself, shall be guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.“ By opening her door to the hallway, and by explicitly intending to be viewed by third parties, they made their sexual display a public act," the letter continued.
Gibson was in another controversy earlier this month after it was revealed she and her husband live-streamed sex online while asking for tips.
Neither the Virginia Democratic Party nor the House Democratic caucus has publicly demanded for Gibson to end her campaign ahead of the Nov. 7 election, but they have said the salacious story is a distraction from the race, according to The Associated Press.
As of now, Gibson has not responded to these new allegations.