RuPaul’s Drag Race Star Accused of Rape After Production Assistant Shares Stories!

In what the left will probably describe as an unexpected turn of events, it’s been revealed that former drag show star Darius Jeremy Pierce, better known by his stage name “Shangela,” has been accused of rape.

While Pierce made several appearances on the infamous RuPaul’s Drag Race show, he was also featured on “We’re Here.” This is a show where men dressed up in drag travel across the US and get people to join in on the depravity.

We all saw this coming from a mile away…

However, it would later turn out that not everyone was willing to have fun with the drag “models,” including the show’s production assistant Daniel McGariggle, who was raped by Pierce in a Louisiana hotel room.

McGarrigle described the experience in full detail, or at least the portions he remembers. He’d been drinking with Pierce all night, only to find himself naked in the morning, despite going to bed fully clothed.

On top of the drag queen attempting to rape the production assistant, he also covered him in a liquid that’s often used to relax muscles and give one a head rush, all of it without McGarrigle’s consent.

This woke McGarrigle up, but it also left him very weak, disoriented, and practically fighting for his life as the man on top attempted to have sex with him.

Down with the drag queens

Unfortunately, despite trying to fight off Pierce, McGarrigle was eventually overpowered, with the drag queen telling him that “he knows he wants it”.

The incident wasn’t immediately reported to the authorities. McGarrigle felt he could lose his job over a lawsuit and he continued working for the production company behind the show, Buckingham Television.

Even though he already raped him once, Pierce continued to harass McGarrigle on set for the show until he decided to resign from his position in July 2021. This is far longer than any sane individual would choose to remain around someone who violated them.

McGarrigle claims he felt that if word got out, the show would stop being what it is for the “queer community.” Although there’s no real indication the presence of drag queens in modern media has helped improve anything.

The left practically forced everyone to accept them as a normal thing, gradually introducing them to younger generations and even hosting drag shows for children for some reason.

The last thing anyone needs is for their child to be around men wearing women’s lingerie out in the open; one of them being accused of rape only makes matters worse.

This article appeared in Our Patriot and has been published here with permission.