George Santos CONFIRMED in a 2011 Wikipedia post that he was a Brazilian drag queen

George Santos CONFIRMED in a 2011 Wikipedia post that he was a Brazilian drag queen – and also claimed he got a part in the Disney TV series Hannah Montana

  • A Wikipedia for Anthony Devolder – a known Santos alias – edited the info in 2011 
  • Also alleges he’s an actor who has been in movies with Uma Thurman 
  • Santos is under pressure to resign amid numerous uncovered falsehoods 

Representative George Santos confirmed himself in a 2011 Wikipedia post on that he performed as a drag queen – and claimed he got parts in the Disney TV series Hannah Montana and movie The Invasion ‘with Uma Thurman’ – who does not star in the film.

Video obtained by DailyMail.com purportedly depicts Santos, speaking in Portuguese, listing off the venues at which he did ‘presentations’ – all of them being prominent drag venues around Rio de Janeiro. 

Santos, who is under growing pressure to resign, called claims that he ‘performed’ as a drag queen named Kitara Ravache in Brazil circa 2008 ‘false,’ while also calling accusations that he swindled a disabled veteran out of medical dollars for his sick dog ‘insane.’

However, it was discovered that a certain Anthony Devolder – an alias known to have been used by George Santos – was last edited in 2011 to suggest that he had performed in drag. George Anthony Devolder Santos is the congressman’s full name.

Despite denying it, internet sleuths appear to have discovered that Representative George Santos - seen here in photos dressed in drag in 2007 - confirmed himself in a 2011 post on Wikipedia that he performed as a drag queen

Despite denying it, internet sleuths appear to have discovered that Representative George Santos – seen here in photos dressed in drag in 2007 – confirmed himself in a 2011 post on Wikipedia that he performed as a drag queen

The bizarre April 29, 2011 post unearthed by Politico says that he used to do so as a teenager in Brazil, via the usernames Devmaster88 and GeorgeDevolder22, with Wikipedia moderators accusing him of abusing multiple accounts.

The post – littered with spelling errors says: ‘Anthony Devolder first startted [sp] his ‘stage’ life at age 17 as an gay night club [sp] DRAG QUEEN and with that won sevral [sp] GAY ‘BEAUTY PAGENTS [sp].’ 

The page also alleges that Santos/Devolder had a cameo appearance on the Disney Channel sitcom Hannah Montana – which is misspelt in the entry – and The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.

It also alleges that he ‘taped his very first movie’ with ‘Uma Turman [sp], Chris Odanald, [sp] Melllisa George, [sp] and Alicia Silver Stone [sp] in the movie ‘THE INVASION.’

That film, released in 2007, stars Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig. None of the people listed in the Wiki entry appear in The Invasion.

As part of his performing career, the Wikipedia edits also allege that he’s met Steven Spielberg and that his career took off when he met a producer of the 1996 film Independence Day. 

Details of Santos’ backstory continue to unravel, was identified in a 15-year-old photo depicting two drag queens on Brazil’s Icaraí Beach.

Santos, who is under growing pressure to resign, called claims that he 'performed' as a drag queen named Kitara Ravache in Brazil circa 2008 'false,' while also calling accusations that he swindled a disabled veteran out of medical dollars for his sick dog 'insane'

Santos, who is under growing pressure to resign, called claims that he ‘performed’ as a drag queen named Kitara Ravache in Brazil circa 2008 ‘false,’ while also calling accusations that he swindled a disabled veteran out of medical dollars for his sick dog ‘insane’

The page also alleges that Santos/Devolder had a cameo appearance on the Disney Channel sitcom Hannah Montana and The Suite Life of Zack and Cody

The page also alleges that Santos/Devolder had a cameo appearance on the Disney Channel sitcom Hannah Montana and The Suite Life of Zack and Cody

The video purportedly shows Santos in a black dress discussing the local Pride Parade

The video purportedly shows Santos in a black dress discussing the local Pride Parade

A Brazilian drag queen named Eula Rochard told independent journalist Marisa Kabas that she was the other person in the photo and named Santos, now 34, as her friend alongside her.

But the freshman congressman denounced the claim as ‘false’ and accused the media of chasing ‘outrageous’ stories.

‘The most recent obsession from the media claiming that I am a drag Queen or ‘performed’ as a drag Queen is categorically false,’ Santos wrote on Twitter Thursday morning.

‘The media continues to make outrageous claims about my life while I am working to deliver results. I will not be distracted nor fazed by this.’

He’s rebuffed all calls to step down, and since getting to Capitol Hill, has appeared to align himself with conservative lawmakers – many of whom have made opposition to community drag shows a cornerstone of their culture war platforms. 

On Thursday morning, Santos lashed out against claims that he once performed as a drag queen in Brazil

On Thursday morning, Santos lashed out against claims that he once performed as a drag queen in Brazil

This photo emerged on Wednesday, allegedly depicting Santos, now 34, as a drag queen in 2008

This photo emerged on Wednesday, allegedly depicting Santos, now 34, cross dressing in 2008

But in the 2008 photo, the person identified as Santos appears to be dressed in a strapless red top or dress while sporting longer brown hair. While the photo is grainy, some element of makeup is visible. 

His Democratic critics accused Santos of hypocrisy for aligning himself with people whose ideologies see the drag community as an object of scorn. 

Two acquaintances of the beleaguered congressman told Reuters in a late Wednesday report that Santos participated in Brazilian drag shows a decade and a half ago.

One of those people was Brazilian drag performer Eula Rouchard, who claimed Santos was involved in Rio de Janeiro’s cross-dressing scene since around 2005.

Rouchard reportedly recalled Santos going by ‘Anthony’ rather than ‘George’ at the time. She said she was in her late teens when she knew Santos.

‘Anthony Devolder’ was also the name Santos used when he allegedly scammed a disabled veteran out of charity money to save his dying dog.

Santos reacted to that accusation on Twitter Thursday, The reports that I would let a dog die is shocking & insane.’

Embattled freshman Republican Rep. George Santos of New York has been under growing pressure to resign as key details of his backstory continue to unravel. He has thus far refused to step down

‘My work in animal advocacy was the labor of love & hard work. Over the past 24hr I have received pictures of dogs I helped reduce throughout the years along with supportive messages,’ he wrote. ‘These distractions won’t stop me!’ 

Navy veteran Rich Osthoff, who was homeless at the time, told CNN he was connected to Santos as someone who had experience rescuing animals when his service dog, a pit bull named Sapphire, developed a tumor.

Santos purportedly set up a GoFundMe for the dog. But after he raised $3,000 he reportedly became hard to reach and eventually disappeared with the funds. The dog died.

And House Republican leaders guaranteed that Santos will have his own Congressional workload, despite mounting concern over his place on Capitol Hill.

He’ll be serving on two committees in the 118th Congress – the Small Business panel and the Committee on Science, Space and Technology.

Meanwhile, Santos is under federal and state investigations as well as a Congressional ethics inquiry amid questions over how he came about his recent personal wealth, including the $700,000 he donated to his 2022 campaign.

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