Jermaine Gagnon told police that a Democratic donor named Edward Buck paid him $250 to dress him up in tighty-whities, a muscle t-shirt, long johns, and white knee-high socks. Gagnon was homeless when he met Ed Buck on a gay dating website named Adam4Adam.
Gagnon showed police pictures of Buck hovering in fetish clothes and a picture of a red and black toolbox full of fetish sex toys. Gagnon told police that Buck paid for his flights and addicted him to drugs. When they first met, Buck was “calm and collected.” His house was full of mirrors and looked “like a club scene.” On their first date, Buck talked about his gay fetishes and got Gagnon to perform oral sex. Gagnon recalls dressing up to be Buck’s sex slave. Buck openly talked about his gay relationships with multiple black men. Buck told him that he likes to get with “vulnerable, depressed black men” because their “energy feeds him.” The sex games quickly turned to drug use and Gagnon remembers taking his first injection of meth from Buck.
As the relationship went on, Buck ultimately offered him a spiked drink that made Gagnon feel weak shortly after drinking it. Gagnon tried to call his mother and recalls telling her, “I feel like he's going to kill me, I think I'm going to die.” He remembers feeling woozy and having his phone taken away. “I was so scared. I felt the sensation of death. I felt death walked into my soul,” recalls Gagnon. He remembers Buck telling him, “You're not high enough for me, I want you to do another point (injection of meth).” Gagnon tells all in an interview with DailyMailTV.
Gagnon could have been the third young man to die of an overdose at Edward Buck’s apartment. Police are currently investigating the deaths of two black men over the course of 18 months. One case, the death of Gemmel Moore, was abandoned due to lack of evidence. The 26-year-old died of meth overdose at Buck’s apartment. That case has been reopened. Upon hearing the news, Congressman Ted Lieu returned all donations from the perverted Edward Buck. The Clinton campaign and California governor Jerry Brown, having received tens of thousands of dollars in donations, have made no such efforts.
Gagnon is currently living with friends and getting help with his drug addiction. He believes that Ed Buck should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law but thinks he will get off the hook because Buck is a wealthy Democratic donor. “It's going to take for him to kill a whole village before they do anything about it,” says Gagnon.
"This man is a murderer and he's getting away with it and it's all because the media wants to sweep it under the rug because he's this rich, white man.” The DA and Sheriff’s Department have come under fire for improperly investigating the death of Gemmel Moore. Moore’s family even provided evidence from their son’s diary that allege Buck introduced him to narcotics. As the case is reopened and as victims speak out, pervert Edward Buck inches one step closer to facing justice.