Gillum Hires Hip-Hop Attorney, Threatens Journalists Over Naked Meth Photo

The disgraced and crestfallen former Democrat candidate for Governor of Florida is still refusing to take any responsibility for the meth fueled gay sex orgy where his male-escort friend overdosed.

By Jacob Engels

A day after this publication obtained and was the first to release an exclusive photo of what appears to be a naked Andrew Gillum passed out in his own vomit on a Miami hotel room floor, the Central Florida Post has learned that Gillum has obtained a high-powered criminal defense attorney with ties to rap mogul Jay-Z and hip-hop artist Meek Mill.

Alex Spiro, began issuing threatening letters to The Floridian, a South Florida based news outlet that published their own story regarding the photo shortly after CFP began circulating our exclusive.

“To be clear, the public has no legitimate interest in any such photo, and its release appears to be based not on a desire to shed light on an important public event, but rather to appeal to the prurient interests of certain members of the public. Moreover, this blatant attempt to damage the reputation of a devoted public servant seeking treatment in the midst of a national emergency and global health crisis is appalling and demonstrates an utter disregard for decency and the privacy rights of Mr. Gillum and his family. The Article is a violation of Mr. Gillum’s rights to privacy and must be promptly removed.”

Out of compassion for Mr. Gillum’s wife and young children, Javier Manjarres, the publisher of Floridian Press, has complied with the request from Gillum’s attorney.

However, we would like to make it perfectly clear that we plan on resisting such threats, not only because they are legally without merity, but because Mr. Gillum is a public figure whose life is of considerable public interest. Despite Mr. Spiro’s claims that the public has no legitimate interest in the photo, they clearly do. After our report, dozens of news outlets around the globe used our exclusive in their own commentary and Andrew Gillum began trending on Twitter.


The Daily Mail, a well-known and respected United Kingdom based publication, then released other photos of the luxury hotel room that was effectively turned into a drug den, featuring nearly a dozen narcotics.

Enrique Tarrio, who helped this publication obtain the photo of grotesque and sad nude image of Andrew Gillum, will also resist any legal action from Gillum’s New York attorney.

“He was almost elected Governor of Florida. If he had won, we would have had a sitting governor involved in a meth fueled gay sex orgy with a known male prostitute as we faced down the Wuhan Flu pandemic. The public would have been placed at great risk and it is likely that people could have died due to delayed response times related to Mr. Gillum’s needs to enter rehab. Mr. Gillum is not a dedicated public servant as his attorney claims. If he was a dedicated public servant he would have remained dedicated to his public image. That means not cheating on his wife, procuring male prostitutes, and engaging in meth fueled sex orgies while his young children were left home fatherless. Thank God that Florida was smart enough to elect a true leader like Ron DeSantis.

Tarrio, who is running as a candidate for congress in Miami, said that while he is not perfect…

“I obviously take my responsibility to the voters and citizens more seriously than Andrew Gillum.”

Our exclusive release of the nude photo of Andrew Gillum’s, the authenticity of which is confirmed by his own attorney, came after Candace Owens released the police report detailing what paramedics and law enforcement officers discovered when they interrupted the meth fueled gay sex orgy.

This remains an ongoing story, one of great public interest, as evidenced by the amount of people actively discussing it both publicly and privately across digital media platforms.

We will continue to obtain the unredacted bodycam footage from the Miami Beach Police Department and will eventually release that footage. This man could have been our governor and a phony rehab stint is clearly a ploy for sympathy before re-entering the political arena.

Jacob Engels is an Orlando based journalist whose work has been featured and republished in news outlets around the globe including Politico, Infowars, MSNBC, Orlando Sentinel, New York Times, Daily Mail UK, Associated Press, People Magazine, ABC, Fox News, and Australia’s New Dawn Magazine, LauraLoomer.US, and The Gateway Pundit. 

Mr. Engels focuses on stories that other news outlets neglect or willingly hide to curry favor among the political and special interests in the state of Florida and beyond.