YouTube Finally Shuts Down Soft-Core Channel Months After Creator Arrested For Pedophilia

YouTube has finally gotten around to shutting down a notorious soft-core ‘pedo-centric’ channel months after its creator was arrested in Central Florida for molesting a 15-year-old girl in a hotel room near Walt Disney World. 

UK-based Ian Rylett, 55, was arrested in August of 2018 on suspicion of molesting the teen, shortly after she signed a contract to appear on his YouTube channels – one of which was “Seven Super Girls.” According to prosecutors, the contract required the girl to “remove any items of clothing as directed by management.

According to an arrest warrant obtained by BuzzFeed News, detectives were called to Rylett’s Orange County hotel room on the morning of Aug. 16, after Rylett allegedly verbally abused the girl, demanding she undress in front of him against her will and “practice wrapping her breasts down, to make them appear smaller for the video shoot.” According to the report, the girl, who is under 16, claims Rylett touched her breasts and fondled her while repeatedly making her undress, eventually attempting to forcefully remove her underwear. The arrest report also alleges that Rylett “threatened to use the contract to fine her if she did not comply with his demand.” –BuzzFeed

According to prosecutors, Rylett wanted the teen’s chest to look smaller so she would appear younger in the videos, according to ClickOrlando. Read more: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-03-13/youtube-finally-shuts-down-soft-core-pedo-channel-months-after-creator-arrested

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