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Drunk Oklahoma Democrat politician cursed at tween girls, puked on child's shoes during slumber party: report

Broyles allegedly cursed at the children, calling several girls "Hispanic f*cker," "acne f*cker," and "judgy f*cker."


A Democratic candidate for the House of Representatives in Oklahoma allegedly swore at tween girls and puked on a child's shoes during a slumber party where she got drunk, according to parents speaking out after the bizarre sleepover.

Abby Broyles, who is running against Republican Rep. Stephanie Bice in Oklahoma's fifth congressional district, allegedly berated some of the 12- and 13-year-old children attending the gathering over the Valentine's Day weekend.

The festive party, held at the home of a Deer Creek Public Schools parent on Feb. 11, included eight girls between the ages of 12 and 13. Broyles was allegedly invited by the homeowner, who is the mother of one of the children, NonDoc reported.

According to multiple accounts of the evening, Broyles cursed at the children, calling several girls "Hispanic f*cker," "acne f*cker," and "judgy f*cker."

At one point during the night, an intoxicated Broyles vomited into a laundry basket and onto one of the girl's shoes, the parents of the kids are now alleging.

One of the parents speaking out, Sarah Matthews, whose daughter attended the party, made allegations against Broyles in a Twitter thread Wednesday tagging the candidate's verified Twitter account. Matthews was not present but her daughter and the mother who hosted the chaotic party relayed the alleged events.

"Since it's been five days and you have neglected to reach out to any of the young ladies (12 & 13 yr olds, including my daughter) you verbally and emotionally abused last weekend, I thought I would give you a chance to try to apologize (at a minimum) here," Matthews began the social media statement.

"For someone who pontificates to be undyingly pro woman, I am disgusted by your behavior and find it appalling you couldn’t understand why their parents are angry.  Your vile, cruel, and bigoted behavior should not be excused or 'swept under the rug,'" Matthews continued, addressing Broyles on Twitter.

"Not only did you scare and traumatize these beautiful girls with your words, you ruined a pair of their shoes with your vomit! (Which she saved up to buy with her own money!) Considering how much you bragged about how 'rich and successful' you are to these children," she said, "surely you can afford to replace her shoes!"

Matthews' 12-year-old daughter detailed her experience at the sleepover to NonDoc. "She was telling me I wasn't going to be as successful as her," she said.

NonDoc reportedly obtained two photographs of Broyles on the night in question: A picture of the congressional candidate drinking wine in a kitchen next to two girls, and a screenshot of Broyles in a TikTok video posing with four girls, three of whom are wearing matching pink pajama outfits adorned with hearts.

One day after the publication of NonDoc's report, Broyles conducted a video interview with KFOR and admitted that she attended the party in question:

"I was invited by one of my great friends, Cassidy...I’ve known them for years and so it was no big deal for me to go and stay during a sleepover, and the girls and I had a great time. I think there's a TikTok video out there of us at the beginning."

Broyles said the party goers were upstairs in the theater room watching a movie when she had an adverse reaction to medication she had never taken before.

"For years I have struggled with stress and anxiety and insomnia...Instead of helping me sleep [the meds], I hallucinated. And I don't remember anything until I woke up or came to, and I was throwing up in a hamper," Broyles recounted.

Broyles also ran for Senate in 2020, losing to Republican incumbent James Inhofe.

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