South Carolina political scion John McGill and his estranged wife, Jenny McGill, are scheduled to appear in court together on November 26 to address financial issues that have arisen between the two parties, multiple sources are confirming to this news outlet.
The hearing will be closed to the public – and advertised on the courtroom docket as Doe v. Doe.
Why the secrecy? Because as our sister site FITSNews has reported, this case remains sealed.
John McGill is the son of former S.C. lieutenant governor (and 2018 gubernatorial candidate) Yancey McGill. Jenny McGill (below) is a business consultant and the niece of U.S. district court judge Terry Wooten.
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#TheMcGills have been generating headlines since late March, when FITSNews exclusively reported on a bizarre domestic incident that took place nine months ago at the couple’s home in the upscale King’s Grant neighborhood of Columbia, S.C.
In the early morning hours of January 27, John McGill – ostensibly under the influence of laced cocaine – called officers from the city of Columbia, S.C. police department to his home in response to “a possible home invasion.”
There was no home invasion, though. McGill apparently hallucinated the whole thing. Sixteen hours later, he is alleged to have hallucinated a second attempted home invasion at the same address during which he “unloaded” his handgun on the phantom assailants.
“They got close and I just unloaded,” McGill told a police dispatcher during the second incident, adding “I’ve got 24 magazines to go.”
Multiple bullet holes were visible at the residence following the second incident.
Mainstream media hasn’t started covering this case but South Carolina political insiders are following it very closely … not just because of the drama between these two protagonists, but because their case may involve public money (and public officials).
Specifically, a witness sought in connection with #TheMcGills – a transexual female 30-year-old Tessa Cameron McCarley (a.k.a. Tessa Harris) – is reportedly linked to one of the stars of Southern Charm.
“The link is said to be explosive in nature … so explosive, in fact, that allegations of witness tampering have already been made related to the testimony reportedly being sought from (Harris),” FITSNews reported back in May of this year.
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Harris has denied having any link to Southern Charm and has chided the media for “taking a little truth and stirring up lies for a gossip column” when it comes to her proximity to John McGill.
More recently, she launched a Twitter account under an alias that includes some links to explicit content …
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