UK teen pornographic image scandal: New allegations against BBC presenter emerge

Pedestrians walk past the BBC logo at Broadcasting House on January 29, 2020 in London, Britain.  - Reuters
Pedestrians walk past the BBC logo at Broadcasting House on January 29, 2020 in London, Britain. – Reuters

after an anonymous BBC After a presenter came under fire for asking for explicit sexual photos from a teenager, the alleged victim’s mother on Sunday made fresh allegations against the perpetrator.

In an interview he told Sun that he had seen a photo of the star in his underwear “from some kind of video call”, “ready for my baby to perform for him”.

“I loved watching her on TV,” Sun The distressed mother quoted.

“So I was shocked to see a picture of him sitting in his underwear on the couch in my house.

“I recognized him immediately.

“He was leaning forward and preparing my baby to perform for him.

“My kid said to me, ‘I’ve seen things’ and it was a picture of some kind of video call.”

The allegations against an unnamed presenter came after reports claimed an unnamed top-rated TV star paid more than £35,000 for explicit sexual photographs of a teenager three years ago when they were 17. Were of

The mother of the alleged recipient blames the presenter for her child’s cocaine addiction.

When BBC’s The website states that employees accused of serious breaches of discipline can be “immediately suspended”, assuming the presenter is still being paid her full six-figure salary.

A number of TV presenters, including Gary Lineker, Rylan Clarke and Jeremy Vine, have denied the unnamed presenter paid a teenager for the explicit images, after the explosive allegations surfaced on Friday.

The alleged victim’s mother claimed that the presenter destroyed her child’s life.

Reportedly, the family contacted the TV network to request that the presenter stop sending the money. The anonymous teen turned from a happy-go-lucky teen to a drug addict.

The network has assured that it takes all allegations seriously and has processes in place to investigate and address them.

A spokesperson for the TV network said: “We take any allegations very seriously, and we have processes in place to actively deal with them.

“If we receive information that requires further investigation or investigation, we will take steps to do so. This includes actively trying to speak to people who have heard about the situation for more details and Contacted us to get an understanding.

“If, at any point, new information emerges or is provided – including in newsletters – it will be dealt with appropriately in line with internal procedures.”

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