US House Candidate from Oklahoma Denies then Apologizes for Drunken Tirade at Preteen Sleepover

Oklahoma 5th Congressional District democrat candidate Abby Broyles is backpedaling after she allegedly went on a drunken tirade and verbally abused young girls at a sleepover on February 11.

Boyles initially denied being present at the party and issued an apology after evidence surfaced that she was lying.

Originally reported by the news outlet NonDoc, the sleepover was held at the home of a Deer Creek Public Schools parent and included 8 girls between the ages of 12 and 13. Broyles was present that night at the invitation of the homeowner, a mother of one of the children.

Broyles became increasingly intoxicated and allegedly called one girl an “acne f***er,” which prompted the girl to leave the room in tears. Broyles allegedly called another girl a “Hispanic f***er” and another a “judgy f***er” because she refused to use a blanket Broyles had spilled wine on.

Broyles also allegedly vomited into a laundry basket and onto one girl’s shoes.

Sarah Matthews, a mother of one of the attendees, publicly demanded an apology from Broyles five days after the incident.

When NonDoc reached out to her for a statement, Broyles vehemently denied the incident and asserted that she was out of town. She positioned the claim as a politically motivated smear.

She told the news outlet:

“I saw the tweets. I have been out of town on a fundraising trip, and they are awful and offensive and false. I mean, I get trolled on Twitter all the time, but I don’t know these women and I don’t know what is behind this, but it’s just not true.”

Despite threatening to sue NonDoc for the “cooked up” story and Matthews’ demand for an apology, Broyles decided to do an interview with her former employer, KFOR.

Instead of taking full responsibility for her egregious behavior, Broyles’ apology came by blaming her actions on an unknown medication given to her by a friend at the party.

She also claimed that NonDoc misquoted her even though KFOR verified the clear recording of the phone call.


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