A Democrat candidate running for Virginia’s House of Delegates was accused of posting sex acts with her husband online – while soliciting ‘tips’ from their online audience.
Susanna Gibson, a 40-year-old mother of 2 children running for a seat in the 57th district in suburban Richmond, reportedly used a platform called Chaturbate to stream sex acts with her husband in exchange for ‘tokens.’
According to the Washington Post, archived videos of Gibson’s pornographic content were then posted to a platform called Recurbate in September 2022 after she entered the political race as a Democrat candidate.
According to The Post, Gibson violated Chaturbate’s terms of service by asking for ‘tokens’ in exchange for performing certain sex acts in a “private room.”
“I need, like, more tokens before I let him do that,” Gibson told her online audience referring to a specific sex act with her husband in an effort to solicit “tips.”
Gibson remained defiant after her pornographic videos were discovered by a Republican operative. She told the Washington Post that the incident was “an illegal invasion of my privacy designed to humiliate me and my family.”
“It won’t intimidate me and it won’t silence me,” Gibson told the Washington Post. “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.”
Excerpt from Fox News:
A Virginia Democratic candidate running for the commonwealth’s House of Delegates is being accused of performing sex acts with her husband in front of an online audience and encouraging viewers to send them “tip” money.
Nurse practitioner Susanna Gibson, who is running in a competitive race in suburban Richmond for the House of Delegates in the 57th district, reportedly used a platform called Chaturbate to stream sex acts with her husband.
The videos were no longer available to be viewed on Recurbate as of this weekend after the Post says it was tipped off by a GOP operative. However, the outlet says it viewed two of the videos that remained live on another non-password protected site.
Gibson reportedly violated Chaturbate’s terms and conditions by soliciting tips in order to perform specific sex acts and could be seen on video telling viewers that she was raising money for a “good cause.”
Gibson’s lawyer, Daniel P. Watkins, told the outlet that spreading the videos could be a violation of the state’s revenge porn law, a Class 1 misdemeanor.
“We are working closely with state and federal law enforcement,” Watkins said.