12-21 Chris Cuomo’s Former CNN Producer John Griffin Tried to Pay Off Sex Crimes Witness: Feds

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Fired CNN producer John Griffin tried to “deceive, delete, and spend his way out of being held accountable” for his alleged sex crimes against a minor, new court documents allege.

Griffin, 44, was indicted this month by a federal grand jury in Vermont for attempting to “induce minors to engage in unlawful sexual activity,” and allegedly bragged about luring girls as young as 7 to his home for “sexual subservience” training.

The former producer who boasted about working “shoulder to shoulder” with Chris Cuomo was fired by CNN following his arrest and is facing up to 10 years in prison for each of the three counts he is facing in charges involving.

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12-19 OnlyFans Is A Criminal Enterprise and You Are Complicit

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Inside a secretive management firm for OnlyFans stars, where former staffers say they catfished fans to dupe them into paying to sext: ‘You’re basically a professional scammer

  • Unruly Agency is a management firm that runs OnlyFans accounts for some top influencers.
  • Former Unruly staffers said they would ghostwrite responses to private messages that fans paid to send the influencers.
  • A November lawsuit alleges fans divulged their “deepest and innermost personal secrets including sexual fantasies and fetishes” thinking they were talking to the influencers.

When Emma arrived at a slick, five-bedroom contemporary house in Central Los Angeles in June 2020, she thought the job orientation she was attending was for an assistant position at a new influencer-marketing firm — one that worked with some of the internet’s top creators.

But as Emma, a recent college grad, entered the 4,000-square-foot residence and sat down beside several other eager recruits, she noticed models parading through various rooms in bikinis and lingerie, posing for photographs.

Soon she realized she was entering another world entirely.

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12-18 Get Ready for Restorative Justice. Commit Sexual Battery in Los Angeles and Charges Get Dropped?

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Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascón is expanding a program to drop criminal proceedings against juveniles charged with a range of felonies, according to a leaked memo.

The Restorative Enhanced Diversion for Youth (REDY) program was launched as a pilot basis last month, and Gascón is expanding it to cover a range of felony charges, according to the memo obtained by KTTV reporter Bill Melugin.

Under the expansion, youth would be eligible for ‘diversion’ after being charged with burglary, assault, vehicle theft, robbery, grand theft person, sexual battery, and arson, according to the memo.

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12-16 The Metaverse Has A Groping Problem Already

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The metaverse has a groping problem already

A woman was sexually harassed on Meta’s VR social media platform. She’s not the first—and won’t be the last.

December 16, 2021
Woman using Virtual Reality headset at night


Last week, Meta (the umbrella company formerly known as Facebook) opened up access to its virtual-reality social media platform, Horizon Worlds. Early descriptions of the platform make it seem fun and wholesome, drawing comparisons to Minecraft. In Horizon Worlds, up to 20 avatars can get together at a time to explore, hang out, and build within the virtual space.

But not everything has been warm and fuzzy. According to Meta, on November 26, a beta tester reported something deeply troubling: she had been groped by a stranger on Horizon Worlds. On December 1, Meta revealed that she’d posted her experience in the Horizon Worlds beta testing group on Facebook.

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12-15 U.S. Surgeon General Issues Mental Health Advisory for Youth

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Sound the alarm. This report is barely being mentioned to the public. Do your homework. Be a Warrior and read how you can protect your children. Every child’s path to adulthood—reaching developmental and
emotional milestones, learning healthy social skills, and dealing with

problems—is different and difficult. Many face added challenges

along the way, often beyond their control. There’s no map, and the

road is never straight.

But the challenges today’s generation of young people face are

unprecedented and uniquely hard to navigate. And the effect these

challenges have had on their mental health is devastating.

Recent national surveys of young people have shown alarming

increases in the prevalence of certain mental health challenges—

in 2019, one in three high school students and half of female

reported persistent feelings of sadness or hopelessness, an
overall increase of 40% from 2009. We know that mental health is

shaped by many factors, from our genes and brain chemistry to our

relationships with family and friends, neighborhood conditions, and

larger social forces and policies. We also know that, too often, young

people are bombarded with messages through the media and popular

culture that erode their sense of self-worth—telling them they are

not good looking enough, popular enough, smart enough, or rich

enough. That comes as progress on legitimate, and distressing, issues

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12-14 Nassar Abuse Survivors Reach a $380 Million Settlement

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Hundreds of female gymnasts who were sexually abused by Lawrence G. Nassar, the former team doctor of the national gymnastics team, have agreed to a $380 million settlement with U.S.A. Gymnastics and the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee, ending the latest dark chapter in one of the biggest child molestation cases in history.

The settlement, announced on Monday during U.S.A. Gymnastics’ bankruptcy proceedings in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Indiana, is among the largest ever for a sexual abuse case. The funds would seek to compensate more than 500 abuse victims, including Olympic gold medalists like Simone Biles, McKayla Maroney and Aly Raisman. A small number of those victims were abused by their coaches or others in the sport.

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