Boozed-up politician at screamed abuse at young girls during sleepover

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A top United States political candidate has been slammed after dishing out verbal abuse to several children while she was drunk.

According to local news, Abby Broyles, a candidate for Oklahoma's 5th Congressional District, was “aggressive” towards a group of pre-teen girls who were sleeping over at a friend's house.

A new report from NonDoc.com claims that Ms Broyles was drinking wine, and called once of the girls an “acne f****r”, and shouted “Hispanic f****r” to another.

It is also claimed that she labelled another child “judgy” while using more expletive-laden language.

One of the youngsters was so upset by what happened that she left the room in tears, while it is also claimed that the woman “vomited” into a laundry basket and a girls shoe.

Boyles has, however, claimed that the story is “awful and false”.

She said: “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.

“I’m running for office.

“You don’t think this is a political attack? You don’t think this is something they cooked up?”

A a mother of one of the girls at the alleged sleepover told a local news outlet that her daughter said the woman was “very drunk”.

However, the story took an odd turn over the weekend when Broyles admitted to KFOR that she had indeed been at the house, but has blamed medication for giving her an “adverse reaction” which caused her to hallucinate.

She added: “Instead of helping me sleep, I hallucinated and I don’t remember anything until I woke up or came to, and I was throwing up in a hamper.”

“I would never ever say anything hurtful.

“I’ve never, ever would say something hurtful like those things.

“And that’s why I know I was not in my right mind.

“I know that that’s what happened because of that combination of things

“And I deeply, deeply regret it.”

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