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Second sex tape recorded in U.S. Capitol: Report

The East Front of the United States Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 25, 2018. (Evan Golub/Zuma Press/TNS)
December 21, 2023

A new report claims that the recent incident involving a Democratic senator’s staff member who allegedly recorded a gay sex tape in a Senate hearing room was actually the second sex tape scandal since 2022.

According to Semafor, sexually explicit videos allegedly filmed inside a U.S. Capitol building were discovered in June of 2022, prompting an investigation into a senior aide working for Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-Wash.).

A Newhouse spokesperson confirmed to Semafor that reports of “purported, unbecoming behavior” from a senior staff member in the Washington representative’s office resulted in an investigation; however, the spokesperson claimed that the investigation 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.”

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The congressional staffer, whose identity was withheld by Semafor, denied his involvement in the sexually explicit videos and disagreed with part of the characterization of the incident provided by Newhouse’s office. The staff member claimed that while he was notified of the investigation in June of 2022, the investigation concluded with “no evidence to the allegation.” He added that he left the senior aide position in the fall of 2022 on positive terms for a different job.

Despite the congressional aide’s testimony to Semafor, the outlet noted that it is “clear” that there was a second group of sex tape videos allegedly filmed in the U.S. Capitol that were distributed on Snapchat last year.

Videos obtained by Semafor allegedly show a male individual “masturbating” in a House office building. The outlet noted that the building was identified based on standard House carpeting and furniture. Additionally, a desk included in the video footage allegedly featured a congressional-branded mouse pad.

Semafor claimed that a screenshot of one of the videos shows two male individuals engaging in a sex act in an office room. However, neither of the individuals’ faces was visible in the videos provided to the outlet.