Astronaut James Benson Irwin was allegedly sexually assaulted during the Apollo 15 trip to the moon according to his wife Gertrude Irwin
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Irwin says the Weinstein scandal and the #MeToo hashtag social media campaign has convinced her to come out and share the story of her husband.
“My husband never openly said who raped him on the moon, but it was a two-man mission so it wasn’t that hard to figure out,” she admitted in a video posted on YouTube earlier this week.
“Unless it was aliens he was talking about. He was big into those things. He would always talk about the UFOs and the aliens when he drank a drink too many,” she recalled during the ten-minute interview.
“He was never the same man again after that trip,” she recalled, visibly still saddened by the whole affair.
Astronaut James Benson Irwin was allegedly sexually assaulted during the Apollo 15 trip to the moon according to his wife Gertrude Irwin, 93, who suffers from Alzheimer disease and dementia, say doctors.
“Once he told me David started masturbating until he came and droplets of semen floated all across the shuttle,” she recounted, visibly disgusted.
Viral Message Verification – Recently on 6th Nov, the fake news web site World News Daily Report posted a story reporting that Astronaut James Benson Irwin was allegedly sexually assaulted during the Apollo 15 trip to the moon according to his wife Gertrude Irwin
It is claimed that Astronaut James Benson Irwin was raped on the moon.
James Benson "Jim" Irwin was an American astronaut, aeronautical engineer, test pilot, and a United States Air Force pilot. He served as lunar module pilot for Apollo 15, the fourth human lunar landing.
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