Approximately three hours after gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum released documents that he claims supports his assertion that he paid his own way on his controversial trips to New York and Costa Rica, his “former friend” is saying something different.
According to veteran reporter Gary Fineout, Adam Corey’s attorney, Chris Kise, is stating that Gillum did not pay for his accommodations while in Costa Rica.
Also, Fineout is reporting that Kise says Gillum’s version of how he ended up with a free ticket to the Hamilton play in New York is “nonsense.”
Kise says that Corey did not swap tickets with Andrew Gillum’s brother, Marcus, and that Corey did not buy the Hamilton ticket.
So, if Marcus Gillum and Adam Corey did not pay for Andrew Gillum’s ticket, who did?
Fineout’s tweet is listed below.