The Most Appalling Hollywood Pedophilia Accusations and Convictions


The mainstream media’s focus on sexual abuse in Hollywood is bringing to light the demented nature of the industry. While they bring these scandals to light in an attempt to highlight male dominance, they only tell half the story.

What many news outlets avoid is that this sexual abuse is not limited to adults, children are being molested, raped and sodomized. This is the real dirt on those in power, the real story that needs to be talked about.

“The No. 1 problem in Hollywood was and is—and always will be—pedophilia,” Corey Feldman said, adding that by the time he was 14 he was “surrounded” by molesters.

“Clearly something major was going on in Hollywood. It was all organized. There are a lot of vipers in this industry, people who only have their own interests in mind,” said Wood. “There is darkness in the underbelly. What bums me about these situations is that the victims can’t speak as loudly as the people in power. That’s the tragedy of attempting to reveal what is happening to innocent people: they can be squashed, but their lives have been irreparably damaged.” – Elijah Wood

In a recent interview Feldman says “It’s all connected to a bigger, darker power. I don’t know how high up the chain that power goes, but I know that it probably is outside of the film industry too. It’s probably in government; it’s probably throughout the world in different dark aspects.”

[fvplayer src=”″ splash=””]When asked to elaborate on that statement, he added, “I believe that pedophilia in Hollywood is the symptom of a huge network motivated by dark forces. People cover up stories like this for power, for greed, and they choose to ignore victims because they don’t want to have to think about what they did or didn’t do that led to kids being in harm’s way.”

The dark forces that have invaded since the beginning of time impose their will on innocent children as a show of power. Hollywood, an industry build on worldly success and money, has been infiltrated by pedophiles.

With the Weinstein scandal, many other cases of sexual abuse in Hollywood are being brought to remembrance. Roman Polanski, Jared Fogle, Woody Allen, and Marc Singer are just a few of the more well-known cases of pedophilia in Hollywood. The more truth brought into the limelight on this topic, the more we will see the sexual immorality of Hollywood exposed.

As Jeanine Pirro said, “This is not over, It is not just adult women; it is human trafficking, it is child sex trafficking, it is real pedophilia, in a town where there are no rules. Where the truth is stranger than fiction, and where fiction is based on reality.”

Here are updates and details on some of the most appalling accusations and convictions to date.

Roman Polanski

Oscar winner Roman Polanski is well known not only for being the director of the demonic film Rosemary’s Baby and The Pianist but also for his sick obsession with children in the industry. Polanski was arrested and charged with statutory rape, sodomy, and child molestation after allegedly drugging and having sexual relations with a 13-year-old girl in 1977.

He pled guilty to unlawful sexual intercourse with 13-year-old Samantha Geimer in pre-trial custody and spent a month and a half behind bars. After being released, he fled to France to avoid further jail time, fearing his plea bargain would be overruled. Being that he’s a French citizen, he can’t be extradited, although there is a warrant for his arrest.

Recently Polanski was accused yet again of sexually assaulting a minor. A California artist says he molested her in 1975 when she was only ten years old. This is the fifth allegation of abuse made against Polanski.

Jared Fogle

(Washington Post) Former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle has tried to argue that he’s a “sovereign citizen,” claiming a federal court that convicted him on child pornography and sexual conduct involving minors did not have the authority to do it.

Fogle filed a motion on his own earlier this month in U.S. District Court in the Southern District of Indiana, saying he wanted to correct an “error” regarding subject matter jurisdiction in the case.
His defense?

That he is a sovereign citizen — a group the FBI calls “a domestic terrorist movement,” believing “federal, state, and local governments operate illegally.” In his motion, Fogle pointed to a “friend of the court” brief that was previously filed by a fellow inmate in the same federal prison, stating, “whether a judicial judgment is lawful depends on whether the sovereign has authority to render it.”

Fogle’s argument was thrown out.

“If Fogle is now claiming to be ‘sovereign’, the Seventh Circuit has rejected theories of individual sovereignty, immunity from prosecution, and their ilk,” U.S. District Judge Tanya Walton Pratt wrote Wednesday in her decision on the matter. She added that “regardless of his theory, Fogle’s challenge of this Court’s jurisdiction is rejected.”

In her ruling, the judge called attention to the fact that Fogle had pleaded guilty in 2015 to one count of distributing and receiving child pornography and one count of traveling and attempting to travel to engage in illicit sexual conduct with a minor. He was sentenced the next year to more than 15 years in federal prison — a ruling that was reaffirmed upon appeal in a case that has captured national headlines.

As The Washington Post reported, court documents claimed that Fogle solicited commercial sex online and traveled to engage in sex with minors.

Authorities also said Fogle had received photos and videos of nude children from the former executive director of his charity foundation, Russell Taylor, who pleaded guilty to charges of child exploitation and child pornography and was sentenced to 27 years in prison.Jared Fogle, former spokesperson for Subway, was charged in a federal court with paying for sex with minors and possessing child pornography. (The Washington Post)

In 2011, the FBI said the sovereign citizen movement is a threat to authorities.

“Sovereign citizens do not represent an anarchist group, nor are they a militia, although they sometimes use or buy illegal weapons,” according to the FBI’s Counterterrorism Analysis Section.

“Rather, they operate as individuals without established leadership and only come together in loosely affiliated groups to train, help each other with paperwork, or socialize and talk about their ideology. They may refer to themselves as ‘constitutionalists’ or ‘freemen,’ which is not necessarily a connection to a specific group, but, rather, an indication that they are free from government control. They follow their own set of laws. While the philosophies and conspiracy theories can vary from person to person, their core beliefs are the same: The government operates outside of its jurisdiction. Because of this belief, they do not recognize federal, state, or local laws, policies, or regulations.”
Fogle, who is serving his sentence at the Englewood Federal Correctional Institution in Littleton, Colo., filed his recent motion pro se, meaning he did so on his own without any legal representation.

Attorneys who previously represented him in the case said they have not served as his counsel for years and have no knowledge of the motion.

[fvplayer src=”″ splash=””]Sylvester Stallone

Rocky star Sylvester Stallone allegedly forced a teenage girl into having sex with him and his bodyguard at a Las Vegas hotel more than three decades ago, according to a police report uncovered overnight.

The 16-year-old filed the report with Las Vegas police, alleging that Stallone and his bodyguard Michael “Mike” De Luca “intimidated” them into having sex with her at a hotel in 1986. The police report was first obtained by the Daily Mail.

Stallone denied the allegations through his spokeswoman Michelle Bega, TMZreports.

“No one was ever aware of this story until it was published today, including Mr. Stallone. At no time was Mr. Stallone ever contacted by authorities or anyone else regarding this matter.

“It never happened.”

Woody Allen

Some of the biggest names in cinema have been accused of pedophilia. The worst of all has to be Woody Allen—who was accused of raping his own daughter.

“When I was seven years old, Woody Allen took me by the hand and led me into a dim, closet-like attic on the second floor of our house. He told me to lay on my stomach and play with my brother’s electric train set,” Allen’s daughter, Dylan Farrow, claims.

“Then he sexually assaulted me.”

Farrow took her father to court for it, but she was not able to prove it. The judges, though, ruled that “the best interests of these children would be served by remaining together in the custody of Ms. Farrow” instead of Allen.

He even forbid Allen from visiting his children. It does not help Allen’s case that he married his adoptive stepdaughter. Nor does it help that his own son, Ronan Farrow, also thinks he did it. “I believe my sister,” Ronan said. He was not there to see it happen, but he confirmed something else his sister had claimed. Woody Allen, both children agree, would climb into Dylan’s bed at night and force her to suck his thumb.

Unfortunately, the Hollywood hypocrisy is prevalent again as Allen’s latest movie Wonder Wheel, which closed the New York film festival in October, is set to be released on December 1.

Bryan Singer

Even if you have not heard Bryan Singer’s name, odds are you have seen one of his movies. He is the director responsible for the X-Men movies, The Usual Suspects, and the alleged sexual assaults of at least three underage boys.

His most famous accusation comes from Michael Egan, who met Singer at a party when he was 15 years old. Singer, Egan claims, sat the 15-year-old boy on his lap, fed him alcohol and drugs, and promised a role in X-Men. Then, while Egan protested, he sodomized him. After that, Egan claims, Singer raped him regularly, threatening that, if he told anyone about it, he would murder his family.

That is a crazy accusation, and it has never been proven in court—but it is not the only one Singer has heard. Another 14-year-old boy has accused Singer of feeding him Quaaludes and alcohol and anally raping him, and underage extras from the movie Apt Pupil claimed that Singer forced them to strip naked so he could film them in the shower.

When the Weinstein story broke, Singer’s name was flung around as many wondered if he, too, would feel the wrath of of victims stepping forward.

This discussion was brought on by a disappointment with the way Singer’s suits had ended. The first, in 1997, was dismissed due to insufficient evidence, the second was withdrawn, and the third was dismissed at the accuser’s request.

On 1 November, a man named Justin Smith took to Twitter to detail his own experience with the director.

The tweets detailed how Singer moved around with a “posse” of older “50 – 70 year old men” and “boys” of ages 16 and 17. One night, Smith claimed, Singer sexually assaulted him.

To add to the strange silence surrounding the filmmaker’s accusers, Reddit users this week noticed how articles on Singer were removed from multiple publications.

Singer has managed to get every one of these accusations thrown out, and so he keeps working as one of Hollywood’s most successful directors. But even if Singer cannot be proven guilty, he spends his time around a lot of people who can be—as you will see.

Marc Collins-Rector

Singer was not the only person at these parties. They were held by Marc Collins-Rector, the owner of a media company called DEN. Collins-Rector hired Egan as an actor, and he was the one who invited him.

At these parties, according to Egan, adult men floated drugs and alcohol to teenaged boys, and used them for sex. Not only were they underage, but it was not always consensual. Egan claims that Collins-Rector pinned him down and violently sexually abused him, in one case holding a gun to his head and threatening to shoot him if he did not stop resisting.

Egan did not just file charges against Singer. He filed them against Marc Collins-Rector and two of his associates as well—as did several other boys. One of those boys, incidentally, was Alexander Burton, who was given the role of Pyro in Bryan Singer’s X-Men.

When the charges came in, Collins-Rector fled the country. He ran as fast as he could so that he would never have to meet his accusers in court. The boys were awarded $4.5 million—and, when the police finally found Collins-Rector, he confessed to five charges of sexually assaulting minors.

Brian Peck

Marc Collins-Rector is not even the only convicted pedophile associated with Singer. There is also Brian Peck, who played a minor role in Singer’s X-Men. Singer cast Peck again in X-Men 2—which was a strange choice for a movie about gifted youngsters. After all, between the two movies, Peck went to jail for sexually assaulting a 15-year-old.

Peck also worked as a dialogue coach, often working with companies like Nickelodeon to coach child actors. He spent 6 months having a sexual affair with an unnamed child actor on Amanda Bynes’ The Amanda Show until the family charged him with sexual assault in 2001.

Peck, though, got out of jail and went right back to work. And it was not just Bryan Singer who hired him—Disney hired the convicted child molester, back on his old job, to work as a dialogue coach on The Suite Life of Zack & Cody.

Bob Villard

Bob Villard was one of the biggest child managers in the industry. He represented some of the most famous young names in Hollywood, including Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire—but if the system had worked correctly, he would not have been allowed anywhere near any of them.

Even before DiCaprio started acting, in 1987, Villard was charged with possession of child pornography. The prosecution, though, failed to prove it in court—and so Villard went free and kept working with kids.

It took until 2001 before they got him in jail. Villard was caught with a whole collection of sexually explicit pictures of young boys. He lost the case, went to jail, and the world became a safer place—for a while anyway, until Villard got out and immediately went right back to managing children.

It did not take long before Villard hurt someone. By 2005, he was caught sexually assaulting a 13-year-old boy he had courted as a client. Villard was sent back behind bars and his career finally ended—but there is no telling how many other clients he may have assaulted that never came forward.

The courts did not seem particularly surprised by Villard’s abuse. “That’s what’s done,” the District Attorney told the press. “This is all normal in the industry.”

Jason James Murphy

The kids in some of the most successful movies of the past 15 years were hand-picked by Jason James Murphy—a convicted pedophile.

Before he became a casting director, Murphy lived in Seattle, where, according to court papers, he became “obsessed” and “in love with” an elementary school boy. Murphy tried to lure the young boy away, promising they would live together in London. Then he took it even further.

In 1996, Murphy disguised himself as a woman and kidnapped the child. He put him on a plane, flew him off to New York City, and kept him in a shared hotel room. The boy was only rescued when a hotel clerk saw their faces on America’s Most Wanted and called the cops. Five years later, though, Murphy was back on the streets—and, pretty soon, was working as a casting director.

After being convicted for kidnapping and molestation, he was hired to cast the kids in School of Rock, Super 8, and more. He spent a year in the industry scouting kids before somebody actually took the time to look into who he was—and just how dangerous he could be.

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