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Former US congressman could wipe $750,000 debt by going gay for pay

2016-02-01
A former congressman plagued by gay rumours throughout his career could soon become a millionaire, but there’s a catch: he really would have to go gay - for pay - in a series of gay adult films. Last March, Aaron Schock resigned from the US House of Representatives following an expenses scandal where among a series of misspending allegations, he had also reportedly brought a male companion along with him on an official government trip to India. "The constant questions over the last six weeks have proven a great distraction that has made it too difficult for me to serve the people of the 18th District with the high standards that they deserve and which I have set for myself," Schock said at the time. With $746,985 in fees still owed to legal firm Jones Day, the 34-year-old evidently has a small financial headache to sort out – which could be instantly fixed with the help of gay porn studio TitanMen, who have a sexy solution for the “boyishly handsome” Republican. The studio have said they will pay off the legal fees up to $1 million (US) "if the rock-hard bodied Republican will agree to an exclusive contract to star in a series of hardcore TitanMen gay porn films". “TitanMen has a history of signing iconically handsome men with both brains and brawn, and Aaron Schock fits that profile to a ‘T,” said TitanMen Vice-President and managing partner Keith Webb. “Despite Schock’s scandal over allegedly misappropriating campaign funds, he has so much more to offer our fans. “What we’re offering is a win-win situation, giving him the opportunity to break free and come out in a whole new world!” The former Men’s Health cover model is yet to respond, but we are all crossing our fingers it’s a resounding “yes”. In the meantime, here are some shots from Schock’s Instagram feed to help inspire the imagination...
A photo posted by Aaron Schock (@aaronschock) on
A photo posted by Aaron Schock (@aaronschock) on
A photo posted by Aaron Schock (@aaronschock) on
A photo posted by Aaron Schock (@aaronschock) on
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