On Friday, a sitting member of the OH state Supreme Court published a freakish Facebook post detailing his sexual relationships and defending a pair of scandal-rocked politicians.
In the post, the OH gubernatorial candidate talks about being sexually intimate with "approximately 50 very attractive females", and said he was "disappointed by this national feeding frenzy about sexual indiscretions decades ago". He described them as "approximately 50 very attractive females".
The campaign spokesman for Ohio State Supreme Court Justice and Democratic gubernatorial candidate William O'Neill has resigned over a Facebook post in which his boss wrote about his sexual past.
Ohio Democratic Chairman David Pepper also commented on the quickly escalating controversy, calling it "just a awful post" that dehumanized women and trivialized an important national conversation about rape culture and sexual assault.
He goes on to plead that America return to discussing issues that he sees as more important, such as legalizing marijuana and the opioid crisis.
Sutton said on Twitter she was "horrified" and "outraged he would equate sexual assault with indiscretion".
According to a version of the post Cleveland.com screen captured, O'Neill went into more detail about the two sexual relationships he mentioned.
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The post initially gave identifying details about women O'Neill had slept with, one of whom "he made passionate love [with] in the hayloft of her parent's barn".
The politician also added that he's "sooooo disappointed in the national feeding frenzy" and pushed to return to matters of politics.
Ohio Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor, a Republican who is also in the governor's race, tweeted that the Facebook post was "ill-timed and dismissive at best".
"Just a bad post by Justice O'Neill".
"I condemn in no uncertain terms Justice O'Neill's Facebook post". Franken's (D., Minn.) sexual misconduct scandal.
"Sexual harassment and assault is no laughing matter", Chris Clevenger tweeted.
O'Neill has edited his post to remove the specific occupations of the women he said he had sex with.
"Roy Moore apparently seems to be a challenged individual when it comes to morality", O'Neill said, reports Cleveland.com.