Taylor Garrett, Logo 'A-List Dallas' Reality Star, Claims To Receive Threats After Lunch With Ann Coulter (UPDATE)

Reality Star Claims He Received Threat, Rock Through WIndow After Lunch WIth Ann Coulter (UPDATE)

UPDATE (7:32pm ET) : Taylor Garrett has deleted the claim on his Twitter feed that is described in the story below.

Original story:

Taylor Garrett, one of the five "stars" of the upcoming Logo reality show "The A-List: Dallas," claims that gay activists launched a rock through his window after learning he'd dined with Ann Coulter and GOProud Executive Director Jimmy LaSalvia.

"He's not even 30, but this powerhouse Christian Gay Republican has already made a near-legendary name for himself in Texas," reads Garrett's Logo bio. It also notes that he has worked for Republican politicians including Michele Bachmaan, Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry.

In an upcoming episode of the series, which premieres on October 10 and follows a handful of gay men as they "dish up a Texas-sized serving of larger-than-life personalities and their high-living lifestyles," Garrett reportedly shares a meal with Coulter and LaSalvia.

After the lunch LaSalvia posted the following message on the GOProud website:

"We at GOProud are thrilled at this opportunity. We look forward to gay people everywhere getting a chance to hear about our organizations and hear from Ann Coulter – simply the smartest, funniest and most stylish woman in politics today. We thank Ann for agreeing to do this and for continuing her outspoken support for gay conservatives."

But it looks like not everyone is quite so thrilled.

Yesterday, Garrett tweeted two photos, one of his broken window and the other of a rock with a threatening message attached to it. The message reads:

"Who the fuck do you think you are? You are not A-List. More like Z-List. You are nothing but a nelly twink trying to get attention by calling yourself a republican. You are nothing but an embarrassment to the gay community. Watch your fucking back you pathetic mother fucking twink."

A petition which aims to prevent Coulter, who frequently shares her anti-gay opinions -- including a recent comment that DADT should be reinstated -- from appearing on the show is currently circulating on the Internet.

Despite being one of the most outspoken opponents of LGBT civil equality, Logo TV will be featuring Ann Coulter on an upcoming episode of their reality show "The A-List: Dallas." Furthermore, their website has the audacity to refer to her as "somewhat supportive" of the gay community, and compare her stand on issues as equivalent to President Obama's despite his record as signing more pro-LGBT legislation and writing more pro-LGBT executive orders than any President in US history. The innacurate characterization of Ms. Coulter should be removed from their website, and they should not air any material that gives a platform to Ann Coulter and her bigoted views.

Back2Stonewall.org, which is calling for a boycott of Logo, reports that the gay cable network's response to the controversy was "Looks like we lost the grumpy demographic."

Correction: A previous version of this article stated Coulter wanted to "repeal" DADT, however, she in fact wants to see it reinstated.

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