Susanna Gibson In More Hot Water, Criminal Probe Begins


In late September, we reported that a Virginia Democrat candidate for state legislature was losing support after she was embroiled in a sex scandal.

Susanna Gibson uploaded videos of her performing “acts” on an adult website in 2020. Her husband was also involved, and when the videos came to light, she claimed they were being weaponized against her.

The Virginia legislator hopeful did not get the support she hoped for, and prominent Democrats began to distance themselves from her.

From the New York Post:

 Democratic candidate for the Virginia legislature who was caught performing sex acts with her husband for “tips” during online webcam shows is down more than 10 percentage points among likely voters in her district, according to a poll conducted after the scandal surfaced.

Susanna Gibson, who is running to represent the 57th District in the Old Dominion’s House of Delegates, trails Republican David Owen by 49.5% to 38.9%, a Cygnal poll exclusively obtained by The Post shows.

Owen, a businessman, held a 4% lead among those voters when Cygnal conducted a previous survey of the race in August — before the Washington Post broke the news of Gibson’s online sex shows.

Well, things are going from bad to worse for Gibson.

A criminal investigation has begun in Louisa County by the Sheriff’s office over allegations that one of the forms she filed to run for office appears to have a fake signature on it.

From the Dailywire:

The Democrat running for the Virginia House of Delegates who infamously raised money by selling sex acts online might not be eligible to be on the ballot at all — one of the forms she filed to run for office appears to have a fake signature on it, and is being investigated by authorities.

The Louisa County Sheriff’s Department is investigating whether someone else signed the filing for Democrat Susanna Gibson, and whether the notary who swore she watched her sign it — a paralegal at her husband’s law firm — might have committed perjury.

The document says that “knowingly making any untrue statement or entry in this document is a felony under Virginia law. The punishment is a maximum fine of $2,500 and/or confinement for up to ten years. Also, you lose your right to vote.”

The signature on Gibson’s Certificate of Candidate Qualification looks nothing like her signature on another election document, the Statement of Economic Interests conflict-of-interest form.

Additionally, the suspicious signature is dated February 13, whereas notary Donna L. Martin attested to verifying Gibson’s identity and watching her sign it on February 14.

Martin, reached at the Law Offices of John David Gibson, hung up the phone abruptly when The Daily Wire asked about her stamp of the document.

The entire Gibson debacle has become a complete dumpster fire and embarrassed the Virginia DNC.