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Frank's depression came as the furor raged over Stephen Gobie's allegations that Frank was aware that he ran a gay prostitution ring out of the congressman's Washington, D. Frank had met Gobie in 1985, and later hired him as a personal assistant and driver. Eventually, in July 1990, the House Ethics Committee, in a 57-report, rejected as untrue Gobie's charges that Frank knew about the prostitution ring or that Frank had committed sexual acts with Gobie in front of President Bush's locker in the House gymnasium.


US Representative Barney Frank acknowledged yesterday that for a brief time in 1989 he saw a psychiatrist and took antidepressant medication as he battled allegations from a gay prostitute and companion who had operated a sex-for-hire ring in the congressman's home.''I was pretty dysfunctional for five or six weeks," Frank said in a brief interview, referring to the scandal that drew national attention and opened up his private sexual life to public scrutiny.

The 64-year-old congressman said he was still able to ''show up and vote" in the House during the period.

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Frank is one of several Democrats in the Massachusetts delegation who have said they would run in a special election next year for the seat John F.

Kerry would vacate if he wins the presidency in November.But he was easily reelected that year and has faced no serious opposition since.Frank said yesterday that his depression turned to anger as Gobie's charges mounted. By November, it was also clear I could refute everything."US Representative Edward J.''By October, it had turned from depression to anger," he said. Markey, a Malden Democrat who is dean of the Massachusetts congressional delegation, said Frank masked his depression well because neither he nor his other colleagues noticed that he was not functioning as usual.''It was a very difficult time for him, but he was still an effective congressman," Markey said.''It was clear I had a forum with the ethics committee. ''He had a lot of friends who gave him support."Lou Di Natale, the director of the Center for Economic and Civic Opinion at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, said the political fallout from Frank's revelations would be insignificant.''It's an issue that affects many Americans," said Di Natale.He said he thought about stepping down from his congressional seat, but rejected the notion because he wanted to use the House Ethics Committee as a public forum to fight the allegations.

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