FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Andrew Gillum, Florida’s 2018 Democratic nominee for governor, told a television interviewer he is bisexual.
The former Tallahassee mayor made that announcement to syndicated talk show host Tamron Hall in an interview that aired Monday.
Gillum, 41, appeared on the show with his wife. They have three young children.
Former Florida governor candidate Andrew Gillum tells Tamron Hall he's bisexual: "That is something I have never shared publicly before" pic.twitter.com/prUW7NPk1C— The Recount (@therecount) September 14, 2020
Gillum was found intoxicated in a Miami Beach hotel room in March with two other men. Police said paramedics needed to revive one of the other men and that a bag of crystal methamphetamine was found in the room.
Gillum later said he was drunk, but said he did not use other drugs.