A Facebook post by the wife of Alabama Sen.
Shadrack McGill on Monday night was prompted by incidents during McGill's last legislative campaign, including one in which two strippers showed up at his home in the middle of the night, McGill told AL. On Monday, McGill's wife, Heather, wrote in a Facebook post that women had used the social network to approach her husband "multiple times" since his election inand warned those women to stay away, or face public scorn.
She asked that women stop sending pictures to her husband's account. McGill, R-Woodville, said Tuesday that her wife's frustrations "kind of built up from even the campaign," inwhen McGill ran against and defeated then-Sen.