OH high court justice condemns sexual-indiscretion 'feeding frenzy,' defends 'heterosexual males'

OH high court justice condemns sexual-indiscretion 'feeding frenzy,' defends 'heterosexual males'

OH high court justice condemns sexual-indiscretion 'feeding frenzy,' defends 'heterosexual males'

"Now that the dogs of war are calling for the head of Senator Al Franken I believe it is time to speak up on behalf of all heterosexual males", Bill O'Neill, a justice for the Ohio Supreme Court and past nominee for Ohio's 14th congressional district in 2008 and 2010, said in a Facebook post. She also plans to give O'Neill's past campaign donations to organizations helping women.

Justice William O'Neill took to Facebook on Friday to make a pithy statement about what he describe as the "national feeding frenzy about sexual indiscretions", and in doing so, disclosed details about his own sexual history.

"Just a bad post by Justice O'Neill".

The post drew an nearly instantaneous backlash and prompted O'Neill's campaign manager to resign.

O'Neill's post was immediately met with outrage from both sides of the political spectrum in OH, with most calling for him to withdraw from the governor's race immediately.

Christopher Clevenger says on Twitter that, as a victim of sexual assault, he "cannot in good faith" remain a part of O'Neill's campaign team.

Several leading OH women are condemning a state Supreme Court justice and gubernatorial candidate for writing a Facebook post that containing candid details of his sexual past with "approximately 50" women.

In his post, O'Neill, a candidate for governor, said he wanted to save opponents time researching him.

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O'Neill confirmed that he wrote the post.

Local politicians also pushed back against the post.

"In the last fifty years I was sexually intimate with approximately 50 very attractive females", the gubernatorial candidate boasted. Tweeden's revelation was made shortly after an explosive congressional hearing on sexual harassment, which female lawmakers said is a pervasive problem on Capitol Hill.

O'Neill told the Dayton Daily News that he was indeed responsible for the post.

He also said his media representative resigned. He says the women included "a gorgeous blonde" with whom he "made passionate love" in a hay loft and a "drop dead gorgeous red head" from Cleveland.

"I am sooooo disappointed by this national feeding frenzy about sexual indiscretions decades ago", the justice wrote in his post.

The post has been edited to remove identifying information about the women O'Neill references.

"Roy Moore apparently seems to be a challenged individual when it comes to morality", O'Neill said, reports Cleveland.com.

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