Gay Couple Married by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Now Arrested for Rape


A gay couple who was famously married by left-wing Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has now been arrested and charged with rape.

The couple was arrested and charged with rape after a musician said “he was left bleeding from the rectum after blacking out at an after-show party” with the couple, The Daily Mail reported.

Michigan residents David Daniels, a 52-year-old opera singer, and Scott Walters, his 37-year-old orchestra conductor husband, have been arrested for the alleged assault of musician Samuel Schultz .

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Schultz said the incident occurred in 2010 after a performance in Houston, Texas. Schultz accused the couple of drugging him by putting something in his drink. He said he blacked out soon afterward.

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The victim said he woke up later bleeding from the rectum and became “paralyzed with fear” because he feared having been infected with a disease.

However, when he next saw the accused: “I remember David saying, ‘Don’t worry about the BB thing, I’m totally negative.'”

“BB in this case meant bareback, otherwise known as raping me without a condom,” Schultz told police.

The couple were arrested in Michigan and remain behind bars at this time.

The University of Michigan confirmed that Daniels is on leave from his $191,000-a-year job at the school.

Naturally the accused homosexual couple claim to be innocent.

Daniels and Walters have been in the news in the past for famously being married by SCOTUS Justice Ginsburg in 2014.

According to The New York Times:

Mr. Daniels rose to fame as a countertenor, singing high parts that were once the province of castratos or mezzo-sopranos at the Metropolitan Opera and around the world. When he and Mr. Walters were married in 2014, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an avid opera fan, officiated. Now, with his arrest, Mr. Daniels becomes the most prominent classical music star to face criminal charges of sexual misconduct in the wake of the national #MeToo reckoning.

Both Walters and Daniels have been charged with sexual assault in connection to a 2010 incident.

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