According to Jim Greer, former Chairman of the Republican Party of Florida and his attorney, former Florida governor Charlie Crist of Greek descent paid two men to cover up his gay affairs. Local TV station WTSP published documents showing that Crist, despite being married, is homosexual.
To be more precise, attorney Damon Chase who works for Jim Greer exchanged emails with attorney John Morgan, as he believed that he was representing Crist. Mr Chase told Morgan that he “was forced to impeach Crist by addressing that he was a homosexual and had homosexual relationships with at least two men who were paid to leave the state to avoid embarrassing the then Governor Crist.”
Mr Chase continued saying that Crist “kissed or attempted to kiss Greer at a hotel in Beverly Hills, California” and that former Governor’s “security had to cover up some drunken escapades of his.”
Morgan replied to Chase that his accusations were “nothing more than inflammatory remarks intended to embarrass Crist.” He added also that even if Crist were gay, that would not constitute grounds for impeachment.
After the news stirred turmoil, Charlie Crist contacted WTSP journalist Mike Deeson and told him that these allegations are “a bunch of delusional lies.”
Jim Greer is facing money laundering charges and is set to go to trial on July 30. However, the Republican Party is not pleased with such developments because, as some claim, many embarrassing allegations could further embroil the two politicians.