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Revenge Porn Dem Slapped With Restraining Order for Stalking Opponent’s Campaign Manager

Democrat Aaron Coleman
• December 11, 2020 12:15 pm

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The 20-year-old Kansas Democratic state representative-elect who has been dogged with allegations of revenge porn was slapped with a temporary anti-stalking order this week after a political opponent’s campaign manager said he stalked her, tried to get her evicted, and sent her messages she viewed as threatening.

Wyandotte County District Judge Kathleen Lynch ordered Aaron Coleman, a Democrat who is scheduled to join the Kansas legislature in January, to cease all attempts to communicate with Brandie Armstrong, the campaign manager of a Democrat Coleman defeated in the primary.

Judge Lynch said Armstrong presented a sufficient amount of evidence to show that Coleman's harassment rose to the level of banning him from contacting her.

Coleman faces a video hearing on Dec. 16 that will determine if Judge Lynch’s ban stays in place. Despite Coleman’s admission that he published revenge porn, his veiled death threat against Kansas’s Democratic governor, and his sexual harassment of teen girls, he won his November election.