Rep. George Santos Outed As Drag Queen In Brazil

Rep. Gorger Santos (R-NY) is facing another major scandal as freelance reporter and MSNBC columnist Marisa Kabas outed him as a former drag queen in brazil known as Kitara.

Kabas, in a tweet, claimed that Santos’ Brazilian acquaintances knew him as Anthony or by his drag name Kitara but “never George.”

Kabas revealed her sources as Eula Rochard, a Brazilian drag queen and friend of Santos when he lived in Rio. According to Kabas, Eula said she met Santos when he was around 17 years old and became friends with him because they both enjoyed drag.

Kabas also tweeted a photo that showed Eula and another individual, supposedly Santos, in drag queen costumes. Eula claimed the individual was Santos and that she posted the picture on her social media account to prove to her friend that she knew the congressman.

Eula claimed that while Santos was never a professional drag queen, the congressman enjoyed dressing up and did drag for fun.

Santos, who became the first openly gay Republican to win a House seat as a non-incumbent, took to Twitter on Thursday to deny the claims.

“The most recent obsession from the media claiming that I am a drag Queen or ‘performed’ as a drag Queen is categorically false,” Santos tweeted. “The media continues to make outrageous claims about my life while I am working to deliver results. I will not be distracted nor fazed by this.”

Santos has been embroiled in several scandals since his November midterm victory. The freshman congressman has been caught in many lies, including his employment history, college education, and ethnicity.

Santos previously claimed that his mother was among thousands of victims who lost their lives during the 9/11 World Trade Center attack. According to The New York Post, Santos’s claim turned out false as reports showed his mother was in her native Brazil at the time of the attack.


Despite mounting accusations and Scandals, Santos has resisted calls to step down from his congressional post.