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Netflix “Cheer” Star Charged with Child Pornography

It seems too often these days that beloved movie and TV celebrities are discovered doing something underhanded and criminal behind the scenes. It seems the same has to be said of reality television’s “Cheer” star Jerry Harris, as he recently pleaded guilty to charges of sexual misconduct with a minor, while he also pleaded not…

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Is Peter Nygard the New Jeffrey Epstein?

The rich and powerful continue to include California as a destination spot for committing unforgivable sex crimes against trusting victims. The right amount of money appears to buy just enough confidentiality to allow perpetrators to get away with heinous acts for decades. Where does it end? One of these individuals just found that out. At…

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Child Sex Abuse Reports Rise During Pandemic Lockdown

The shelter in place orders resulting from the coronavirus outbreak drastically changed the daily lives of millions of Americans. Our local and national leaders implemented social distancing and lockdown orders designed to slow the spread of the virus and keep citizens safe. However, these safety measures actually put some of our more vulnerable citizens at…

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Is Time Finally Up for Repeat Child Sex Offender Jeffrey Epstein?

The last few years have been filled with stories of powerful men finally getting their comeuppance for years of abuse, harassment, and sexual assault. Survivors have taken down some of Hollywood’s most outrageous repeat offenders, and changed the national conversation about consent, rape, and bodily autonomy. Jeffrey Epstein could be the latest to finally come…

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Bill to Protect Child Victims of Sexual Abuse Passes California Senate

The effects of childhood sexual abuse go far beyond the physical pain. These young victims are also forced to deal with years of psychological and emotional distress as they work to process the trauma and move forward in their lives. Recognizing these challenges, California State Senator Henry Stern has introduced a bill that will make…

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New Law Seeks to Educate California Students About Sexual Assault

Plagued with allegations and findings of sexual assault in their classrooms, the public school districts of California are gearing up to provide students with education about sexual harassment and assault. New additions to the state’s sexual health education statute require schools to provide the educational course to 7th- through 12th-grade students. Though the program was…

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Reporting Sexual Abuse by a School Employee

If your child discloses that he or she was sexually abused by a school official, it can be an extremely challenging situation to handle. School officials have a duty to provide your child with the highest level of care. When they breach this duty, it is especially infuriating. The following are steps you should take…

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