Liberal political activist Ed Buck’s legal problems just got considerably worse.
The family of Gemmel Moore, who died of an overdose in Buck’s home, has filed an amendment to its current lawsuit to add human trafficking and revenge porn claims against Buck.
The Death of Gemmel Moore
This is not the first time Ed Buck’s name has come up on the wrong side of the law. In this case, though, Buck appears to be caught dead to rights.
Moore was found dead of a drug overdose in Buck’s home back in 2017. At the time, there was already speculation foul play was afoot.
However, the local DA refused to file charges against Buck, citing insufficient evidence.
Even though no charges were filed by the DA, the rumors started to fly about Buck and his penchant for luring young men to his home with drugs.
The Civil Suit
While Buck avoided jail time, he was not so lucky in the civil arena. Moore’s family filed suit against Buck and has now added these amendments to the case, ensuring Buck’s name gets dragged through the mud.
This, of course, is happening at the same time another Democrat mega-donor, Jeffrey Epstein, is facing charges for human trafficking and solicitation of minors.
The wrongful death suit claims that Buck engaged in both human trafficking and revenge porn. According to the suit, Buck made a video of his encounters with Moore and shared them publicly.
Moore family advocate Jasmyne Cannick stated, “Gemmel Moore at the time was 26 years old and Ed Buck flew him here from Texas. And within 24 hours, he died of a crystal meth overdose.”
Moore was the first of two reported deaths at Buck’s home. In January 2019, Timothy Dean also died of a meth overdose at Buck’s residence.
This seems to confirm the pattern of Buck’s reported behavior of luring men to his home with the promise of money, drugs, and/or housing in exchange for sexual favors.