Susanna Gibson, 40, is gearing up to face her Republican opponent David Owen in the House's Nov. 7 election. Both Gibson and Owen are vying to become the delegate for the Old Dominion's 57th district. However, the scandalous online activities of the nurse practitioner and mother of two have added to the already closely watched political race.
Gibson and her husband had been on the adult streaming site Chaturbate, which allows users to interact with webcam models in real time in exchange for tips and tokens. The candidate reportedly had more than a dozen archived videos from her online sessions posted on September 2022, following her announcement of candidacy. However, the said videos were deleted due to an alleged violation of terms and conditions.
In particular, Gibson allegedly solicited tips from viewers in a private room – saying that she was raising money for a "good cause." In exchange, she and her husband performed sexual acts for paying users. (Related: Son of Paul Pelosi’s “attacker” speaks out, says his father might have been a “sex slave.”)
The Democratic candidate responded to the accusations by calling the leaks an illegal invasion of privacy to humiliate her and her family, and stressed that it would neither intimidate nor silence her. "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," Gibson said.
Her lawyer Daniel Watkins suggested that individuals sharing her videos potentially violate the Old Dominion's revenge porn law – as a Class 1 misdemeanor. "We are working closely with state and federal law enforcement," he said.
Some Democrats and women's groups pushed back against the allegations of "immorality" lobbed at Gibson. Democrat State Sen. L. Louise Lucas accused Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin of being behind the story leak that, according to her, "failed completely." Lucas also called on voters to donate to Gibson's campaign, urging them to give money toward the Democratic candidate if they were "pissed" as she was.
Defense contractor Amanda Linton echoed the state senator's sentiments. "Anybody who looks at this knows it's a hit job," said Linton, who contributes $25 to Gibson's campaign. Despite residing outside the 57th district, the defense contractor intended to donate an additional $100.
Emily's List, an advocacy group supporting Democratic female candidates, also came to Gibson's defense. Lauren Chou, a spokesperson for the organization, claimed that the GOP was targeting Gibson because of her women's rights advocacy.
"Susanna originally ran for office because of the overturning of Roe and she’s been very outspoken on standing up for reproductive rights," she said. "People are coming out in support of Susanna because they know that Republicans are coming after her because she was standing up for them."
Democrats backing Gibson despite this scandal is not surprising, given that the party promotes grooming children in schools and other scandalous acts.
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