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Dem Congresswoman Forced To Resign After 'Scandalous' Photos Emerge Online

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The US Democrat and Congresswoman Katie Hill has shocked the masses after her leaked photos surface online, with many shocking revelations showing up one by one.

In one photo obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com, the Congresswoman can be seen posing completely nude, where she flaunts her tattoo in her bikini-line in which appears to be a Nazi-era Iron Cross, all the while openly smoking a marijuana bong and making out with another younger female aide.

Identified beside the 32-year old Congresswoman was a woman from Santa Clarita, California, who was a 24-year old named Morgan Desjardins.

Desjardins had been in a three-way relationship with Hill and Heslep, just shortly after she started working for the Democrat last 2017. However, their raunchy relationship had abruptly ended when Hill tod both her husband and lover that she wanted to prioritize her work rather than their wild escapades together as a trio.

Sources also revealed that during Hill’s wild lifestyle, both Hill and Heslep had openly posted their naked photos online, under a thread and subreddit called ‘WouldYouF**kMyWife' and “wifesharing”, which had been obtained by DailyMail.com.

It has also been revealed that one of the most scandalous photographs was a photo of Hill completely nude while smoking a huge bong filled with a brown and murky liquid, featuring her tattoo of the Iron Cross. The symbol was often used by white supremacists, referencing the same Nazi medal design from World War II, along with the infamous swastika.

The image had been taken in 9/11 last 2017, where marijuana had not yet been legalized for recreational purposes in California, which called Hill out for being a hypocrite towards her political affairs, as she previously called out David Brayton, a veteran who had shared racist memes including the KKK insignia and the iron cross design, which she said has left her 'deeply disturbed' and that his 'hateful rhetoric' helped fuel 'violence across America'.

Sources: Daily Mail / Photo Credit: Mr. Obvious