The wife of an Alabama state senator helps run his Facebook account, so she's plenty familiar with all the women sending her husband come-hither photos and messages. "NO MORE!" wrote Heather McGill on Facebook on Monday night, in a diatribe spotted by Gawker. "It is a shame that people are so heartless that they would try to split up families," wrote McGill, who warned that she's going to start publicly naming people if it continues (though she noted that these women "may not even be real").
Husband Shadrack says he supports his wife's post and tells Al.com that it also stems from some real-life incidents during his last campaign—including one in which two strippers showed up at the family's home late one night. He also says his Facebook page got "hijacked" more than once, and "women sent me pictures of themselves half-naked, saying, 'I had a great time last night with Shadrack McGill.' That sort of thing." His wife wants to put an end it to it all, he says. (The last time the lawmaker made headlines was when he cited "Biblical principle" to argue against giving raises to teachers.)