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December 18 2017, 02:48 | Irvin Gilbert
Ohio Supreme Court Justice and Gov. Candidate Details His Sexual Exploits With '50 Very Attractive Females'
On Friday, a sitting member of the OH state Supreme Court published a freaky Facebook post detailing his sexual relationships and defending a pair of scandal-rocked politicians. She also plans to give O'Neill's past campaign donations to organizations helping women.
While O'Neill, a Democrat, says he is "sooooo disappointed by this national feeding frenzy about sexual indiscretions from decades ago", it should be noted that his post appears to describe consensual relationships.
"Just a awful post by Justice O'Neill".
Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor lambasted the Facebook post in a statement later Friday, saying that "I condemn in no uncertain terms Justice O'Neill's Facebook post". Tweeden's revelation was made shortly after an explosive congressional hearing on sexual harassment, which female lawmakers said is a pervasive problem on Capitol Hill. As a victim of sexual assault, I can not in good faith remain a part of #TeamONeill.
Several leading OH women are condemning a state Supreme Court justice and gubernatorial candidate for writing a Facebook post that containing candid details of his sexual past with "approximately 50" women.
While it is clear O'Neill was referring to "a gorgeous personal secretary" who worked for Senator Taft, the language reads like he is listing Taft along with the secretary, which led Slate to report O'Neill's "inadvertent" claim he slept with Senator Taft.
While many have criticized his post as being in incredibly poor taste, Geyh said the post also goes right up to the line on what is proper for a sitting judge to say in public.
He confirmed to the Ohio-based news site that he authored the post. In the last fifty years I was sexually intimate with approximately 50 very attractive females. One woman was "a gorgeous blonde" with whom he made love in the hayloft of her parents' barn, and another was a "drop dead gorgeous red head", he said.
It has been shortened from a previous version with more identifying information about two women he mentioned.
Republican Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor, also a candidate for governor, says his "crass post is ill-timed and dismissive at best".
He also said his media representative resigned.
O'Neill told The Associated Press that the post grew out of frustration over Democrats' calls to remove Al Franken from the U.S. Senate over sexual misconduct allegations.
A state Supreme Court justice running for OH governor has volunteered candid details of his sexual past on Facebook, saying he was trying to de-legitimize the national "media frenzy" over politicians' sexual indiscretions.
O'Neill insisted that the sexual assault issue is far less important than issues of governance.