REVEALED: Dem candidate for Virginia House performed sex acts online with husband for money

Gibson said certain acts would only be performed in a “private room.”

A new report has revealed that a Democrat candidate for a key seat in Virginia’s House of Delegates engaged in sexual activities along with her husband for a live camera and urged viewers to fund them with “tips” for particular requests. 

40-year-old Susanna Gibson, a nurse practitioner and mother who is running in a competitive suburban Richmond district, displayed sex acts on Chaturbate, a platform that states its name comes from “the act of masturbating while chatting online,” per The Washington Post

In at least two clips, Gibson said she would perform certain acts only in a “private room,” for which the viewer would have to pay even more money.

“I need, like, more tokens before I let him do that,” she said in response to a request that they perform a certain act. “One token, no. More. Raising money for a good cause.”

Despite having originally live-streamed her sexual acts on a website that is available to anyone who chooses to visit, Gibson has retained a lawyer, who argues that she had a reasonable expectation of privacy on Chaturbate​​​​​​.
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