A Democratic contender vying for a seat in Virginia’s House of Delegates has found herself embroiled in a scandal of her own making. Susanna Gibson, a mother of two, has come under scrutiny after it was revealed that she engaged in explicit acts with her husband on the notorious Chaturbate website, which streams live sexual content and facilitates explicit discussions.

This eyebrow-raising revelation came to light via the Washington Post, which reported that over a dozen videos bearing her username were archived on the site in September 2022. It’s worth noting that these explicit escapades were documented after she had declared her candidacy for a fiercely competitive district in the Richmond area.

What’s perhaps more troubling is that Gibson apparently didn’t stop at merely broadcasting these intimate moments. The Post indicates that she actively sought “tips” from viewers in exchange for performing specific acts as per their requests. In a couple of instances, she asserted that the proceeds were for a charitable cause.

To make matters more bizarre, she would pause mid-act to interact with her virtual audience through a bedside computer, urging them to contribute these “tips,” which are essentially tokens paid for specific performances. On two occasions, she carried out these acts exclusively in a “private room,” an option that comes at an additional cost.

In response to the exposure of these videos, Gibson vehemently decried it as an “illegal invasion of my privacy designed to humiliate me and my family.” She remained resolute, stating, “It won’t intimidate me, and it won’t silence me.” She further asserted that her political adversaries, along with their Republican cohorts, had resorted to unsavory tactics to target her and her family because they are unrelenting in their pursuit to silence women when they voice their opinions.

Her attorney, Daniel P. Watkins, weighed in on the matter, contending that the release of these videos by a Republican operative violated the state’s revenge porn law. This law categorizes the malicious distribution of sexual or nude images of another person with the intention to coerce, harass, or intimidate as a Class 1 misdemeanor, as outlined by the Post.

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By Julio Cahn

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