GOP Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu Admits Gay Affair with Illegal Immigrant

| by Michael Allen

In Arizona, Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu, a well-known anti-illegal immigrant proponent, co-chair of Mitt Romney's Arizona's campaign and Republican Congressional candidate, has been exposed as being gay by a man who told the Phoenix New Times that he was Babeu’s ex-lover (video below).

The two men (pictured, left) allegedly met on

The Phoenix New Times published an interview with a man whom they called "José," a 34-year-old homosexual from Mexico, who said that Babeu’s lawyer threatened to deport him if he spoke of the affair after they broke up.

Babeu then admitted in a press conference that he was gay, stepped down the Romney campaign, but denied the rumors that he threatened anyone with deportation.

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Babeu was running for Congress and chairing the Arizona Mitt Romney campaign when the story broke.