OHIO—If revenge is a dish best served cold, the jilted lover of Adam Kuhn, the (now former) chief of staff to Ohio GOP Rep. Steve Stivers, is Ohio's reigning ice queen. Peeved to the extreme that the unmarried Kuhn had the unmitigated gall to end their relationship, the woman, Jennifer Roubenes Allbaugh—who is married with children and also just happens to be a former porn star who went by the screen name "Ruby" with over 200 movies to her credit—admitted to Politico that she had "tweeted at least one photo of Kuhn’s penis to Stivers’ Twitter account." Today, Kuhn resigned as chief of staff.
Yes, the deadly dick pic strikes again!
Politico has already reached out to both Kuhn and Allbaugh, who confirmed to them (via Twitter!) that she had tweeted the phallus photo to the Twitter account of Kuhn's boss last week.
"According to Allbaugh, she was upset that Kuhn had ended the relationship," reported John Bresnahan for Politico. "It is unclear when that occurred or when the photos of Kuhn were taken, although Allbaugh blamed Kuhn for their break-up."
She told Bresnahan that she deleted the photo after Kuhn filed a cease-and-desist against her, but owned up to the fact that she was out for "revenge," saying she “just wanted to teach the pompous a——— a lesson," and calling herself “a disgruntled former girlfriend.”
For Kuhn part, he's apparently falling on his sword even though it's unclear exactly what he did wrong other than fall for a married woman, which in the scheme of things is not necessarily a fatal offense, especially if the other party has an open relationship. (On that point, Allbaugh told Bresnahan that she was in love with both men.)
In a prepared statement to Politico, Kuhn explained, "Over the weekend, I was the victim of an attack on Twitter from a woman I had a relationship with in my personal life. I realize and apologize I had used poor judgement [sic] in my personal life regarding this relationship. The woman who posted this has reached out to me to apologize.”
The resignation was accepted by Congressman Stivers, whose spokesperson added, “The office is not commenting on his personal life."
In his successful 2012 campaign for re-election, Stivers was endorsed by the NRA, National Right to Life, Ohio State Medical Association and United States Chamber of Commerce.
Regarding her career in adult entertainment, Allbright told Politico that she had made more than 200 films, had been inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame and worked under the name Ruby.
Ruby was inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame in 2008. She worked from about 1996 to 2007, and according to iafd.com also used the names Jennie, Ruby Jewel, Ruby Cheeks. Ruby was first introduced to the adult industry by the legendary Nina Hartley.
"Yes! I remember Ruby," Hartley told AVN. "I found her delightful to work with and hang with. She retired, moved to Ohio, married and had a couple of kids, last I heard. I don't know if her marriage is open or not, or if she/they are swingers or not.
"I'm not in contact with Ruby much these days," she added, "so I have no opinion as to whether or not she was 'upset the relationship ended.' However, it seems out of character for her to be vindictive, at least to my memory of her. Like I said, it's been years since we last spoke."
Hartley emailed us again a short while later with a rhetorical question of her own: "Wow. The guy is not even married and he has to resign? Whom was he hurting with the pic of his penis out there?"
In another story filed under Weekly Porn Shaming, a Wisconsin police chief has admitted to having created accounts on porn and dating sites under the name of a Tea Party advocate with whom he was having some disagreements.
According to the Glen Forks Herald, "Town of Campbell Police Chief Timothy Kelemen set up accounts under Gregory Luce's name after he and fellow Tea Party members allegedly harassed Kelemen's department after it banned their protest signs on overpasses... Kelemen retaliated by using Luce's personal information to create identities on dating websites, pornography websites featuring homosexual men and healthcare.gov."
Like Ruby, the chief owned up. "I'm not denying I did it ... I didn't think it was that big of a deal." But he was still placed on administrative leave on June 12.
Photo: Jennifer Roubenes Allbaugh, aka Ruby, courtesy of her Facebook page.