Former Gubernatorial Candidate Andrew Gillum Found ‘Inebriated’ in Miami Hotel Room

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POLICE: Gillum was found "inebriated" in a hotel where meth was also recovered

ABOVE VIDEO: Andrew Gillum said he was in town for a wedding and had too much to drink but never used methamphetamines.

(FOX NEWS) – CNN contributor and former Democratic candidate for Florida governor, Andrew Gillum, was found “inebriated” early Friday morning in a hotel where meth was also recovered, according to a Miami Beach, Fla., police report.

Gillum, 40, was in the room at the Mondrian Hotel in South Beach with two other men when police arrived shortly after midnight, according to the report obtained by Fox News.

Police said they were called in response to an apparent drug overdose involving one of the other men.

“Officers then attempted to speak to Mr. Gillum,” an officer wrote in the incident report. “Mr. Giullum was unable to communicate with officers due to his inebriated state.”

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CNN contributor and former Democratic candidate for Florida governor, Andrew Gillum, was found “inebriated” early Friday morning in a hotel where meth was also recovered, according to a Miami Beach, Fla., police report.

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