CNN’s empire continues to crumble…
A CNN employee was just charged for sexually enticing young girls to engage in sexually activities with him.
Police reports reveal that a grand jury in Vermont has officially indicted CNN producer John Griffin on three counts of attempting to sexually abuse underage girls.
It’s reported that Griffin would contact mothers with young daughters and he would offer them money to sexually abuse their daughters.
In one instance Griffin paid a mother $3,000 and flew the mother and her 9 year old daughter to Boston where Griffin would end up allegedly sexually abusing the 9 year old.
BREAKING: CNN Producer Arrested Over Sexual Abuse of Underage Girls, worked with Chris Cuomo https://t.co/ZtFCd6hZRn
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) December 11, 2021
It’s reported at one point that Griffin worked side by side with Chris Cuomo.
SICK: CNN producer John Griffin is accused of luring a mom and nine-year-old daughter to his Vermont ski home to 'train' the minor to be sexually submissive telling them a 'woman is a woman regardless of her age'https://t.co/AQ3uKJOwMh
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) December 11, 2021
Mediaite broke the story:
A CNN employee was charged Friday on three counts that he used a facility of interstate commerce to abuse underage girls.
Officials said a grand jury in Vermont indicted 44-year-old Stamford, Connecticut resident John Griffin of attempting to entice the girls to engage in sexual activity.
“According to the indictment, from April to July of 2020, Griffin utilized the messaging applications Kik and Google Hangouts to communicate with people purporting to be parents of minor daughters, conveying to them, among other ideas, that a ‘woman is a woman regardless of her age,’ and that women should be sexually subservient and inferior to men,” according to the Department of Justice statement on the case.
The statement added:
On these communication platforms, Griffin sought to persuade parents to allow him to train their daughters to be sexually submissive. In June of 2020, Griffin advised a mother of 9- and 13-year-old daughters that the mother’s responsibility was to see that her older daughter was “trained properly.” Griffin later transferred over $3,000 to the mother for plane tickets so the mother and her 9-year-old daughter could fly from Nevada to Boston’s Logan airport. The mother and child flew to Boston in July of 2020, where Griffin picked them up in his Tesla and drove them to his Ludlow house. At the house, the daughter was directed to engage in, and did engage in, unlawful sexual activity.
CNN's John Griffin Arrested Over Abuse of Underage Girls https://t.co/xxnvKac6fC
— Joe Concha (@JoeConchaTV) December 11, 2021
The Daily Mail had more on the story:
John Griffin, who worked on the CNN show New Day, was charged with three counts that he used a ‘facility of interstate commerce to abuse underage girls.’
A Vermont grand jury indicted 44-year-old Griffin, from Stamford, Connecticut of attempting to entice the girls to engage in sexual activity.
‘According to the indictment, between April and July of 2020, Griffin utilized the messaging applications Kik and Google Hangouts to communicate with people purporting to be parents of minor daughters, conveying to them, among other ideas, that a ‘woman is a woman regardless of her age,’ and that women should be sexually subservient and inferior to men,’ according to a statement from the Department of Justice on the case.
Griffin who was a producer with CNN is alleged to have sought to persuade parents to allow him to ‘train their daughters to be sexually submissive’
The statement goes on to state that he ‘attempted to entice two other children over the internet to engage in sexual activity.’
In the communications, Griffin is said to have tried to persuade parents to let him train their daughters to be sexually submissive toward men.
In June 2020, Griffin told a mom of two girls, aged 9 and 13 that she needed to have her daughters ‘trained properly.’
Griffin is alleged to have sent her $3,000 in order to pay for plane tickets so that she could travel with her daughters from Nevada to Boston, according to the indictment.
After the trio flew to Boston, Griffin collected them at the airport before driving them to his home in Ludlow, Vermont.