Phillip Hinkle, the Indiana State Representative, who put his support behind an anti-gay constitutional amendment that meant marriage could only be defined as between a man and a woman has been apparently caught acting far from anti-gay with the Indy Star reporting he tried to bribe an 18-year-old male, Kameryn Gibson, following a sexual rendezvous in a hotel.
Seeing the two first getting in touch in response to a Craiglist advert that the teen placed, Hinkle apparently requested a couple of hours of the teens time in exchange for “$80 for services rendered and if real satisfied a healthy tip?”, somethingGibson agreed to, but then changed his mind when arriving at the hotel and released that Hinkle was a state lawmaker.
But what’s all this about a bribe if nothing happened you ask? Well that’s because the story is that Hinkle wanted it to, and so told the teen he couldn’t leave, exposed himself to him and then in exchange for keeping quiet gave him an iPad, BlackBerry cellphone and $100 cash to keep quiet.
And Hinkle’s response to all this? Well that would be that it’s a “shakedown”… well if you’re not gay Representative Hinkle then surely there’s nothing to hide and so you can just tell us all what really happened?