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Former Florida Gov Candidate Gillum Allegedly Found Nude In Gay Orgy, One Meth Overdose Confirmed

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Former Democrat Governor candidate Andrew Gillum was found naked with a group of people including a man who overdosed on methamphetamines.

Law enforcement sources in Florida confirmed in a report that the former candidate was involved in a situation that is suspected to have been an orgy that ended with a meth overdose.

Those found with former candidate Gillum were also reported to be naked in the police reports. The orgy scenario is not formally confirmed, but inferred considering the nature of the police report that took place in a Beachfront Hotel in Miami, Florida.

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Gillum said, “I was in Miami last night for a wedding celebration when first responders were called to assist one of my friends. While I had too much to drink, I want to be clear that I have never used methamphetamines,” in a statement obtained by the local Miami reporter David Smiley.

The officers claimed to have found three bags of what they guessed to be crystal meth on “both the bed and the floor of the hotel room”

The Mondrian South Beach Hotel incident is not being treated as a criminal incident by Florida Police.

There was a distress call placed from the Miami hotel around 1am, and a man matching the name a date of birth of former candidate Gillum was released on the police report.

The overdose patient in question, Travis Dyson, was in stable condition with Fire-Rescue Paramedics.

According to the Geller Report, “Mejias told police Gillum was inside the hotel room “under the influence of an unknown substance.” Mejias said that while he was performing CPR on Dyson, Gillum was vomiting in a bathroom. Officers said that they tried to speak with Gillum but that he was “unable to communicate due to his inebriated state.”

There was a return made to the Miami Beach Hotel by the Fire-Rescue Paramedics to preform a welfare-check on former Governor Gillum due to the prior mentioned inebriated state, and was found in stable condition.

An earlier version of this article mistakenly identified Gillum as a governor. He was a Democratic Party candidate.

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