Alabama lawmaker says he’s being stalked by strippers
A conservative Christian Alabama lawmaker has publicly thanked his wife for threatening several exotic dancers who he claimed were stalking him.
Alabama state Sen. Shadrack McGill (R) on Tuesday told AL.com that a number of strippers had come to his work at even to his home in the middle of the night during his last campaign.
“During the campaign, we had two strippers come to my house at 1 o’clock in the morning,” he recalled. “Me and my wife both got up to address the situation. They did inform me that they were strippers at a particular club in Huntsville.”
McGill joked that the women may have been there for “car trouble,” but declined to speculate on the real reason for their visit.
On another occasion, the lawmaker noticed a woman in the parking lot where he worked.
“She thought she had a flat tire and wanted her tire looked at, but she did not have a flat tire,” he said, adding that the woman’s business card indicated that she was a stripper.
And then, McGill said his “Facebook was hijacked and women sent me pictures of themselves half-naked, saying, ‘I had a great time last night with Shadrack McGill.’ That sort of thing.”
McGill’s wife, Heather, decided that she had enough and on Monday, and posted a message to his Facebook page.
“I am very blessed to be the wife of a God fearing, hard working, ministry minded, loving father and husband and it is not just my right but my duty to lovingly serve him by protecting him!” she wrote. “I have been silent for long enough!! NO MORE! Multiple times since being in office he has gotten emails from women (who may not even be real) inviting him to explore, also sending pictures of themselves. NO MORE!!!”
Heather McGill continued: “We have children that look at our face books [sic] from time to time! Shame on you! You know who you are. Next time everyone will know who you are!! For I will publicly share your name before we ‘unfriend’ you.”
“I boldly stand before you today and declare that I will stand beside my husband, support him, love him, and protect him at ALL cost!!!!”
In the comment section on his wife’s post, McGill thanked his “dear loving help mate for doing some much needed house keeping on our face book page.”
“You are a wise woman and If you were running for my senate seat, I would vote for you babe,” he added.
On Tuesday, the lawmaker told AL.com that he was contemplating shutting down his Facebook page.
“[A]s more and more of this country deals with a moral decline, it may be that I have to get rid of my Facebook account due to the moral issue that has become [sic] with using it,” he said.