New photos showing the state of the hotel room in which Andrew Gillum was found with a known male escort and another friend have surfaced.
In the photos, you see soiled sheets, various drugs, and in one photo circulating the internet you even see a person who appears to be Andrew passed out on the bathroom floor next to vomit.
via Daily Mail:
Plastic baggies of suspected crystal meth, empty beer bottles and prescription pills are seen scattered among trash and soiled bedding in the shocking images obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com.
Gillum, a married dad-of-three who narrowly missed out on becoming Florida’s first black governor, was too ‘inebriated’ to tell cops what went down when they arrived at Miami’s Mondrian Hotel early last Friday.
He was inside room 1107 with two more men, one of them a hunky 30-year-old male escort named Travis Dyson, who was found naked and in the throes of a drug overdose. He later told officers from the Miami Beach Police Department that he had walked in to find Gillum and Dyson ‘under the influence of an unknown substance’ and Gillum, 40, vomiting in the bathroom.
Our exclusive images show the slew of drugs, both prescription and illegal, found inside the swank $220-per-night hotel room, including three bags of what police believe was crystal meth.
Dozens of white pills can be seen scattered on the floor and bedside table alongside empty containers of citalopram, an anti-anxiety medication, and gabapentin, which helps combat seizures and nerve pain.
There’s also a small bottle of an injectable medicine containing alprostadil which is typically used to treat erectile dysfunction and should never be mixed with alcohol.
Beer bottles and sheets covered in bodily fluids can also been in the photos, obtained from police under Freedom of Information law.
Cops declined to press charges and said Dyson, who posts X-rated photos and homemade porn movies on his profile page on the Rent.Men website, was likely to make a full recovery.
Gillum, a former Tallahassee mayor and regular CNN contributor, issued a statement within hours of the story leaking, apologizing for his drinking while insisting he never used meth.
He said he was in south Florida for a wedding but, when reached by telephone, Dyson told the Miami New Times that he had known Gillum ‘for a while’ and didn’t know anything about a wedding.
According to the Miami Police Department, officers were called out at 12:55am last Friday after reports of a guest suffering a cardiac arrest at the four-star Mondrian in Miami’s South Beach party resort.
They arrived to find paramedics performing first aid on Dyson in the wake of ‘a suspected drug overdose’ and preparing to take him to the hospital.
Mejias – described in the report as ‘the complainant’ – told officers he had given his credit card details to Dyson on Thursday afternoon to rent a hotel room.
‘Mr Mejias arrived at the hotel at approximately 23:07 hours where he discovered Travis Dyson and Andrew Gillum inside the room under the influence of an unknown substance,’ the report states.
‘Per Mr Mejias, Mr. Dyson opened the hotel room door and immediately walked over to the bed and collapsed in a prone position. Mr Mejias observed Mr Gillum inside of the bathroom vomiting.
‘Mr Mejias stated that he observed Mr Dyson having difficulty breathing, prompting him to wake him up. Mr Dyson then began vomiting on the bed and immediately collapsed again.
‘Mr Mejias began conducting chest compressions on Mr Dyson and proceeded to contact police and fire rescue.’
‘Officers then attempted to speak to Mr Gillum. Mr Gillum was unable to communicate with officers die to his inebriated state.’
The report says officers performed welfare checks on Gillum and he was described as being ‘in stable condition and his vitals are normal.’
Dyson, meanwhile, was conscious and in stable condition in the hospital.
‘Inside of the hotel room, officers observed in plain sight three small clear plastic baggies containing suspected crystal meth on both the bed and floor of the hotel room,’ the report went on.
‘Mr Gillum left the hotel room and returned to his residence without incident.’
No arrests were made and police do not plan on bringing charges.
‘At this time the incident is not being investigated as a criminal matter,’ said a spokesman for the Miami Beach Police Department.
Check out some of the more shocking photos here.
According to Andrew, he has a drinking problem and is going to rehab. If you ask us, there’s a lot more than alcohol going on here.