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Goat blood-drinking ex-Senate candidate, recently released from jail due to coronavirus concerns, accused of stalking wife - 2020-04-21

F0.png Goat blood-drinking ex-Senate candidate, recently released from jail due to coronavirus concerns, accused of stalking wife April 21, 2020, Jeff Weiner, Orlando Sentinel

Augutus Sol Invictus, the white nationalist former U.S. Senate candidate infamous for once claiming he sacrificed a goat and drank its blood, was jailed in Orange County early Tuesday, accused of stalking his wife.

Invictus, 36, was only recently released from a South Carolina jail, where he was being held on domestic violence charges. A judge in late March granted Invictus bond after he requested to be released in light of concerns about the new coronavirus.

His latest arrest came after Invictus' wife called the Orange County Sheriff's Office to report that he had been in contact with her since his release from jail, violating the terms of his bond and a restraining order, both of which said he could have no contact with her whatsoever.

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{{cite news | first = Jeff | last = Weiner | title = Goat blood-drinking ex-Senate candidate, recently released from jail due to coronavirus concerns, accused of stalking wife | url = https://www.orlandosentinel.com/coronavirus/os-ne-coronavirus-augutus-sol-invictus-aggravated-stalking-20200421-ad2fkrgrsfawhmptaytpno6fgm-story.html?outputType=amp&utm_source=fark&utm_medium=website&utm_content=link&ICID=ref_fark | work = Orlando Sentinel | date = April 21, 2020 | accessdate = April 22, 2020 }}