The one true governor of Georgia and president of United Earth, Stacey Abrams, probably isn't happy about this one:
This is nothing new for Jimmie Gardner, who was convicted in 1987 for the sexual assault of two women in West Virginia. Exonerated in 2016, Gardner would go on to marry federal judge Leslie Abrams Gardner, Stacey Abrams' sister, two years later.
Let's see what he's been up to down in Florida as of recent:
Tampa police said they arrested the 57-year-old Friday for allegedly attempting to engage in sexual acts with a 16-year-old girl.
A release from the Tampa Police Department stated Gardner met the minor at 1:43 a.m. and invited her to his room at the Renaissance Hotel at International Plaza.
The girl accepted his invitation, and when she got there, he allegedly offered her money for sex, police said.
"The victim initially agreed but later told Gardner that she no longer wanted to engage and he became angry," the release said. "Gardner advised the victim that she needed to leave his hotel room. The two got involved in a verbal altercation that escalated to a physical dispute after Gardner placed his hands around the victim's neck, impeding her breathing. After the dispute, Gardner left the hotel room, and the victim called 911."
When officers arrived, Gardner had already left the hotel, but they found the victim at the scene, according to police.
Man, these Abrams girls gotta get it together. One of them still thinks she's governor and another is married to this guy. That's gonna make for an interesting Thanksgiving.
And here's a fun little tidbit involving Leslie Abrams Gardner, wife of this apparent monster:
Shows you how well that whole content of their character thing is going these days when it comes to Democratic politics. I realize she's only married to the guy, but I mean, you can see it too.
I just want to point out real quick that Jimmie Gardner had been getting closer to the right side of the tracks since his exoneration back in 2016.
Officials said Gardner, who was once drafted by the Chicago Cubs in 1984, now "works as a motivational speaker and emotional intelligence trainer for students and people who were formerly incarcerated" in Georgia.
Similar to his sister-in-law, Gardner was once something of a celebrity and now, well, he just does public speaking. Well he was once a public speaker, let's say that.
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