Open Secrets about Unholy Wood By Mrs Vera West

     My son pointed out to me the pun in the title, but I still just don’t see it. Never mind, I am old. With all the dirt being flung around abut Hollywood there is still the only slightly opened can of worms of paedophilia:
  http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2018/04/13/movie-producer-mainstream-media-may-be-ignoring-signs-of-child-abuse-in-hollywood/ 

“Gabe Hoffman, the producer of An Open Secret, a documentary about child sex abuse in Hollywood, argued in an exclusive interview with Breitbart News this week that the mainstream media has historically ignored red flags about potential child abuse in the entertainment industry. Hoffman, a hedge fund manager by trade, is the producer of An Open Secret, an explosive 2015 documentary about child sex abuse in Hollywood. Speaking with Breitbart News this week about the film, Hoffman argued that, despite the recent #MeToo movement, the mainstream media doesn’t seem ready to cover Hollywood’s pervasive child abuse problem.

One alleged example, according to Hoffman, is children’s television producer Dan Schneider, who was recently dismissed from Nickelodeon after a 20-year tenure. Schneider has long been criticized for his unusual behavior on social media that allegedly involves an unusual obsession with the feet of young girls. Conservative news outlet RedState reported on Schneider’s unusual online presence in October. “But along with all his success, for years Schneider had been under a cloud of suspicion over the treatment of some younger stars of his shows,” Deadline Hollywood wrote in their report on Schneider’s dismissal. “Among the things that have raised eyebrows are his tweeted photos of the toes of his young female stars.”

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