OK Dem candidate blames meds after reportedly puking on child’s shoes, screaming at young girls

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Abby Broyles, who is a Democratic candidate in Oklahoma for the House of Representatives, allegedly got drunk, cursed at tween girls during a slumber party, and then threw up on a child’s shoes according to parents before she blamed the bizarre tirade on sleeping meds.

The former newscaster is running against Republican Rep. Stephanie Bice in Oklahoma’s fifth congressional district. The negative publicity of the incident will likely not enhance her chances of winning in midterm elections that already reportedly have Democrats as the underdog.

She evidently berated 12- and 13-year-old girls who were at the sleepover for Valentine’s Day weekend.

The party was held at the home of a Deer Creek Public Schools parent on Feb. 11. There were eight girls in attendance and Broyles was invited to the event by the homeowner, who is the mother of one of the children, according to NonDoc.

Multiple accounts of the incident report that Broyles cursed at the girls, calling several of them “Hispanic f***er,” “acne f***er,” and “judgy f***er.” A number of parents are asserting that at one memorable point in Broyles’ escapades, she threw up into a laundry basket and then onto one of the girl’s shoes.

Sarah Matthews, whose daughter attended the party accused Broyles in a Twitter thread on Wednesday, tagging her verified Twitter account.

“Since it’s been five days and you have neglected to reach out to any of the young ladies (12 & 13 yr olds, including my daughter) you verbally and emotionally abused last weekend, I thought I would give you a chance to try to apologize (at a minimum) here,” Matthews angrily tweeted.

“For someone who pontificates to be undyingly pro woman, I am disgusted by your behavior and find it appalling you couldn’t understand why their parents are angry. Your vile, cruel, and bigoted behavior should not be excused or ‘swept under the rug,'” she added.

“Not only did you scare and traumatize these beautiful girls with your words, you ruined a pair of their shoes with your vomit! (Which she saved up to buy with her own money!) Considering how much you bragged about how ‘rich and successful’ you are to these children,” Matthews noted, “surely you can afford to replace her shoes!”

“It’s so sad, because this is someone who has stood on a soap box and talked about empowering women, and rather than do that with these girls she chose to belittle and denigrate the next generation of women,” Matthews told NonDoc. “And she does this at a time when their bodies are changing and their features are changing and they are vulnerable.”

Matthews’ 12-year-old daughter recounted her unsavory experience with Broyles at the sleepover to the media outlet, stating, “She was telling me I wasn’t going to be as successful as her.”

“We were all sitting around, and she was just going around in a circle saying rude things and would end with ‘F***er’ and saying ‘F*** you’ to all of us there — really rude things,” the girl said. “My friend has acne, and she had been talking about her acne early in the evening, and then [Broyles] called her an ‘acne F***er,’ and she ran upstairs crying.”

NonDoc has reportedly obtained two photographs of Broyles at the slumber party. One shows the congressional candidate drinking wine in a kitchen next to two of the girls, and another is a screenshot of Broyles in a TikTok video posing with four of the girls, three of whom are wearing matching pink pajama outfits adorned with hearts.

“I saw the tweets. I have been out of town on a fundraising trip, and they are awful and offensive and false,” Broyles commented to NonDoc. “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.”

Originally when she was asked if she had gone to the house where the slumber party was held, Broyles said, “No.”

“I don’t want to talk about — I mean, this is ridiculous that this is becoming a thing,” she remarked. “This didn’t happen.”

“I’m running for office. You don’t think this is a political attack? You don’t think this is something they cooked up?” Broyles charged.

When asked if she meant that 12 and 13-year-old girls had “cooked up” a story against her for political purposes, Broyles responded she meant “their moms.”

“I mean, I don’t know,” she said. “I have no idea. This is — I’m just telling you it’s not true, and if I were a journalist I would not be doing a story, because it’s not a story.”

A day after the report hit NonDoc, Broyles did a video interview with KFOR and admitted that she attended the slumber party.

“I was invited by one of my great friends, Cassidy… I’ve known them for years and so it was no big deal for me to go and stay during a sleepover, and the girls and I had a great time. I think there’s a TikTok video out there of us at the beginning,” she claimed not mentioning the other alleged festivities she participated in.

Broyles went on to claim that the girls were upstairs in the theater room watching a movie when she had an adverse reaction to sleeping medication that she had never taken before. One wonders why she would take sleeping meds at a tween sleepover to begin with, but that is her assertion.

“For years I have struggled with stress and anxiety and insomnia… Instead of helping me sleep [the meds], I hallucinated. And I don’t remember anything until I woke up or came to, and I was throwing up in a hamper,” Broyles said.

Broyles, who was recently touted by U.S. Rep. Eric Swalwell, ran for the Senate in 2020 but lost to Republican incumbent James Inhofe. It remains to be seen how badly this incident may impact her candidacy this time around but an egg timer may be appropriate.


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