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Democratic Virginia House candidate allegedly streamed sex acts with husband for 'tips'

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A Democratic candidate for Virginia's House of Delegates has reportedly been accused of performing sex acts with her husband in front of a virtual audience. She apparently asked the online audience to "tip" money in exchange for the content.

Susanna Gibson, a nurse who is running in a political race in suburban Richmond for the House of Delegates in the 57th district, reportedly used an online platform called Chaturbate to stream sex acts with her husband, per the Washington Post.

Gibson is a 40-year-old with two children and apparently has more than a dozen sexual videos archived on a site called Recurbate as of September 2022.

The videos were archived after she announced she was running for office. There are additional videos that were archived on September 30, 2022, per the report.

However, the videos are no long available for public viewing on Recurbate. The Washington Post said that it was tipped off about the development by a GOP operative. The outlet did mention that it was able to view two of the videos that were not password-protected on the site.

Fox News reported that Gibson had violated Chaturbate's terms and conditions by asking for tips in order to perform specific sex acts. She could apparently be seen in one video suggesting that the tips were being used for a "good cause."

She was said to have offered to perform specific sexual acts in a "private room" if the viewers provided her with more "tokens."

"I need, like, more tokens before I let him do that," Gibson told viewers in one video, apparently alluding to acts carried out with her husband.

She claimed that the incident represents 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 said.

"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."

However, Gibson's attorney Daniel P. Watkins suggested that spreading the virtual videos could be in violation of the state's revenge porn law, which would be a Class 1 misdemeanor.

"We are working closely with state and federal law enforcement," Watkins said.

According to her X account, it appears that Gibson's primary issue in politics is the recent reversal of Roe v. Wade, which she says motivated her to do something about the Supreme Court decision.

Gibson is set to take on her GOP opponent, David Owen, in an election that takes place on November 7.

It is unclear how the revelation of the explicit videos will impact her campaign.

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