Florida was thisclose to having Gillum as Governor.
The man who overdosed on crystal meth in a Florida hotel room with Gillum, a Democrat who made an unsuccessful bid for Florida governor, was an openly gay male escort with a profile on the website RentMen.com, Florida’s Local10 reported Friday.
Travis Dyson also identified himself as a “pornstar performer” who offered services including “gay massage.”
Gillum has been married to wife R. Jai Gillum since 2009. Together. the couple has three children.
The former Tallahassee mayor was found vomiting and intoxicated with Dyson at the Mondrian South Beach, according to a police report first obtained by the Miami Herald.
Dyson maintains a profile on a website for male escorts and is studying at a nurse practitioner school…
…Gillum was too drunk to speak to the police when they arrived at the scene, documents say. Speaking to the Miami New Times, Dyson said that Gillum did not mention attending a wedding. In his statement, Gillum referred to Dyson as a “friend.” Dyson said that he and Gillum had been friends since last spring. Dyson told the website, “I personally was not celebrating a wedding. I don’t know if [Gillum] was in town for a wedding. He did not mention that.”
But it gets worse as Heavy continues to report:
Dyson maintains at the male escort website, Rent Men. On that page, Dyson goes by the moniker Brodie Scott. Dyson told the website in 2018, “I go the extra mile by being very aware of what I do in the present and how it affects the future… like I won’t make a present
decision until I play out how it may in the future.” During the interview, Dyson said that he came from “humble beginnings” in a small town. Dyson concluded the interview by saying, “I’m not quiet. I speak my mind. If I want something I’ll work to get it.” In the midst of the Gillum scandal, Dyson’s profile on the website was removed.
In the bio section of the website, Dyson says of himself, “I like kissing and foreplay… lots of kissing and foreplay. I enjoy my nipple rings lightly played with. Mutual touch and intimacy goes a long way.” Dyson says that he was formerly in the military. The profile ends with Dyson saying, “If it is a dating atmosphere you desire, I definitely have an eclectic taste for dates. I don’t only enjoy one type of fun… but the type of fun we have is definitely up to you. Let’s have fun.”
Unfortunately for @AndrewGillum, his “friend” Travis Dyson, has come forth to reveal that he is no friend, but an open male escort. He also claims that he has never heard of the wedding of which Andrew Gillum speaks of.
Gillum needs a new alibi. https://t.co/Gck8nklI27
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) March 13, 2020
Report: Man in Hotel Room With Andrew Gillum is an Openly Gay “Male Escort”
Firstly, Gillum put out an official statement claiming he was in a hotel for a “wedding,” when first responders were called to “assist” one of his “friends.”
Well, his friend who was assisted was asked about the “wedding,” and he said he didn’t know anything about this “wedding” – by the way, who goes to a wedding on a Thursday night?
The friend also said that Gillum never mentioned this supposed wedding.
And also worth noting – this “friend” that Gillum speaks of is actually a gay male escort.
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