He called a 6-year-old “sexy.”
YouTube star Shane Dawson has been accused of being a pedophile after a podcast interview he did six years ago resurfaced in which he referred to a 6-year-old girl as “sexy.”
Someone compiled a five-minute video originally titled “Shane Dawson is a pedophile. Here’s proof.” It was posted Jan. 10, but has since been removed by YouTube. It featured some highly inappropriate comments from Dawson.
“Here’s my justification for pedophilia,” he starts. “People have foot fetishes, people have fetishes about everything, that’s fine, do your thing. So why is it when somebody looks at and Googles like ‘naked baby’ on Google and j**ks off to it, they can get arrested? I don’t understand that.”
“Here’s the worst part of it,” he
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A man allegedly murdered his former neighbor on Friday by chopping him up with an ax-like tool known as a splitting maul. Mitchell Edward Hoogenakker, 24, has been arrested for the death of 67-year-old John Gallagher. The murder marks the first homicide in Hopkins, Minnesota since 2009.
The wife of the victim said her husband was dragged out of the house by Hoogenakker, according to a CBS affiliate. Gallagher had reportedly filed a harassment restraining order against his alleged murderer last month.
“The neighbor used a tool (an ax) to forcibly chop through the door, confronted our victim, dragged him out of the house and subsequently our victim died of sharp force injuries in the front yard,” said Hopkins Police Sgt. Mike Glassberg.
A witness, who was renting from Gallagher, said he he could hear the sounds of the “impact” of a weapon on a body, according to an ABC affiliate.
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Two years after her alleged rape, Lauren Ingram used Twitter to name and shame the man she accused. (ABC RN: Tiger Webb)
When Lauren Ingram posted the first of her tweets exposing the identity of her alleged rapist, it felt like “a little act of power and resistance” after two years of feeling like she was getting nowhere.
“I’ve talked about this before but not in detail,”
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