Scroll To Top
Sex

A Second Gay Congressional Staffer Made A Sex Tape In The Capitol Building & Honestly, Werk

A Second Gay Congressional Staffer Made A Sex Tape In The Capitol Building & Honestly, Werk

U.S. Capitol and rainbow and two men kissing in closeup
Shutterstock

We wanna see the Capitol Building Sniffies map immediately!

The nation has a new cruising spot — apparently — and it's our nation's Capitol Building. And honestly, werk.

A Senate staffer made headlines earlier this week after a leaked video showed him engaging in sexual acts with another man inside a Senate building. As it turns out, he wasn't the first.

News broke on Wednesday of a second investigation into a congressional staffer, who allegedly filmed himself performing sex acts with another man inside the U.S. Capitol in the summer of 2022. The videos first circulated on Snapchat from a user with the screen name "Adam J," according to Semafor, which first reported the story.

In one of the videos, a man masturbates inside a House office building, which the outlet identified through the furniture and a mouse pad branded with a congressional seal. In the second video, two men — whose faces were not visible — engaged in sexual acts in another office.

Related: These 27 Senate Hearing Room Gay Sex Jokes Are Truly Exquisite

The staffer has not been named but was identified by Semafor as a former senior House staffer of Republican U.S. Rep. Dan Newhouse of Washington. A spokesperson told the outlet that they launched an investigation into “purported, unbecoming behavior” last year, but that it found “no conclusive evidence.”

“As soon as the office was alerted, we immediately contacted the appropriate House entities to conduct an independent investigation,” the spokesperson said. "The office will not be providing further comment on personnel matters.”

The staffer in question denied taking part in the videos, stating that he was informed of an investigation, but that Newhouse told him personally they had found “no evidence to the allegation.” He said that while he had left the position in Fall 2022, it was on "good terms" and was unrelated to the investigation.

The staffer in the first video to leak earlier this week has since been fired, and Capitol Police first confirmed to The Advocate that they were conducting an investigation into the matter.

Advocate Channel - The Pride StoreOut / Advocate Magazine - Fellow Travelers & Jamie Lee Curtis

From our Sponsors

Most Popular

Latest Stories

Related Stories

Most Recent

Recommended Stories for You

author avatar

Ryan Adamczeski