CNN Producer For Chris Cuomo Charged In Sex Scandal That Involved Targeting Underage Girls

A producer for former CNN host Chris Cuomo has been charged in a sex scandal that involved luring young girls for ‘training.’

It’s difficult to see how things could get any worse for CNN.

The network just fired Chris Cuomo, Don Lemon is facing a scandal of his own, and Jeff Toobin has become a laughing stock as a result of his scandal. Now this.

The New York Post reports:

Chris Cuomo’s CNN producer charged with luring girls for ‘sexual’ training

A veteran CNN producer who worked “shoulder to shoulder” with now disgraced ex-anchor Chris Cuomo has been indicted on charges of luring young girls to his Vermont ski house for “sexual subservience” training.

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John Griffin, of Stamford, CT, allegedly used messaging apps to befriend and persuade moms of young girls, telling them “a woman is a woman regardless of her age,” and that he should be the one to “train” their daughters sexually, according to the indictment from the US Attorney of Vermont.

Griffin, 44, allegedly got at least one mom of two daughters to bring the girl to his Ludlow ski getaway, in June 2020.

It was the mom’s responsibility to see that her older daughter, just 13, was “trained properly,” Griffin told her, according to the indictment.

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Griffin, a father himself, sent the woman $3,000 for plane tickets so they could fly from Nevada to Boston’s Logan Airport, where he picked them up in his Tesla for the ride to Ludlow, according to court papers.

CNN needs to clean house. They obviously have a systemic problem.

Why does this keep happening at CNN? What kind of culture exists at the network?


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