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Second Victim To Political Donor's Drug Fetish Identified As Former Gay Porn Star

A few days ago, we shared with you that a second black man had died while inside Democratic donor Edward Buck’s California home. Now, that second man has been identified.

55-year-old Timothy Dean is the latest victim to Buck’s alleged fetish of having Black men inject drugs in front of him.

According to Buck’s attorney, Seymour Amster, Dean was a friend of Buck’s. Amster also says that Dean had “already taken some substances” before arriving at Buck’s home.

Friends of Dean, however, told KTLA that Dean never used drugs. Also, the Daily Mail spoke to a neighbor of Buck’s. She allegedly saw Dean an hour before he died, and she says he didn’t appear intoxicated.

“He was fine, he did not seem inebriated. He wasn’t stumbling, he was buzzing the building, he was on his phone,” she said.

As Str8UpGayPorn reports (caution: site NSFW), Dean was also a sex worker. Just as Gemmel Moore, the first victim and man found dead in Buck’s home, was a sex worker, it turns out that Dean was a former gay porn star.

Along with being an employee of Saks Fifth Avenue and the National Gay Basketball Association, Dean performed in several interracial adult films from studio “BlacksOnBoys.”

It appears that Buck often sought out Black men through hookup apps or through his connections in the world of sex work. He would then have the men get high on varying types of drugs in his presence.

This story has been backed by a third black man who has come forward to share his story of meeting Buck.

Talking to Daily Mail, a 28-year-old sex worker named Jermaine Gagnon says that he smoked crystal meth with Buck the first time the two met.

“We smoked together, we passed the bowl back and forth and then he was like, ‘I’ve been smoking all day, go ahead and enjoy.’ There’s pipes everywhere, there’s baggies, straws.”

Gagnon says that he then left LA and moved to Dallas to be with his brother who was dying from cancer. But soon, Buck called him with the request to return.

“I was probably in Dallas for two or three weeks before Ed Buck offered to pay for my ticket back to California. He wanted me to come to California for a weekend.”

Gagnon says that he ended up accepting Buck’s offer, but was surprised when he arrived. It turned out that Buck wanted Gagnon to inject crystal meth, method known to drug users as “pointing.”

“This time he introduced the point,” said Gagnon. “He asked me, it was the first thing he said. I allowed him because it was my first time trying it. He has this big black old school flashlight. It unscrews and there’s a whole bunch of drugs in there.”

“It hit me, my body went to tingling, my mouth went to jittery. I got so high that I was enraged, I cussed him out and made a big scene at his apartment and he pretty much put me out,” he said. “I changed back into my clothes, he paid me $250 and I left.”

After Gemmel Moore’s death, police investigation led to Buck not being arrested. This was probably due to the tough job of having to prove legal responsibility for Moore's death.

That said, this second death in his home now creates a trend. In addition, it increased the fervor of protestors asking for Buck's arrest.

Now, police say that they are not only investigating Timothy Dean's death, but also reopening Moore's case.

We'll keep you updated as the story continues.

h/t: Str8UpGayPorn (NSFW), KTLA, Daily Mail,

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Really? Are your journalistic standards so screwy that you would publish shirtless pix of a porn actor in a story about his death? Craven is the nicest thing I can say about it. Ryan Gierach.

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Not true!!!! RTE. He can still be charged with possession and distribution. That’s a start to get this monster & predator off the street. One is bad enough but two and the ammo is the same. 

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Yeah, he can be charged with that, but I stated my doubts that he could be "successfully" charged. I'm guessing it would have to be proven that he alone was responsible for all the drug activity.

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My guess is that it would be very difficult (but not impossible) to successfully bring any charges against Buck. Especially if he has a good defense attorney. 

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