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This is the hunky gay escort found naked and overdosing on crystal meth in a hotel room with a leading Democrat, DailyMail. Andrew Gillum, a married father-of-three who narrowly missed out on becoming Florida 's first black governor, was too 'inebriated' to speak when cops arrived at the ritzy Mondrian Hotel in Miami's South Beach party district. He was inside the room early Friday with two more men, one of them a year-old male escort named Travis Dyson who was being treated by paramedics for a suspected drug overdose. Cops found three plastic bags of suspected crystal meth and the third man present, Aldo Mejias, 56, told officers that Gillum and Dyson had been 'under the influence of an unknown substance', according to a police report obtained by DailyMail. Paramedics were called to the room after Dyson, a male escort, overdosed on crystal meth.
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By Faith Ridler For Mailonline. A gay couple had their dream wedding plans cancelled after the owner of their reception venue allegedly told their wedding planner he didn't support same sex marriage. Kevin Chaffe, 37, said he and his partner Ken were no longer holding their nuptials at the 13th century Cotswolds barn after the 'devastating' comments were made to caterer Kerry Jones on Saturday. But the engaged couple have claimed they felt unwelcome at the venue after the owner told their wedding planner he didn't believe in same sex marriage. Tim Wiltshire, who owns the venue with his wife Bridget, has claimed the alleged comments stem from a 'misunderstanding' in a conversation with the catering company.