A viral video of a so-called sex sting making the rounds online has led to an accused sexual predator's arrest - but police weren't the ones behind it. James Crews, 35, has been charged with enticing a child, according to Lamar County authorities. It comes after a video posted to YouTube over the weekend appeared to show Crews being confronted in the hair dye aisle of a Griffin, Georgia Walmart over sexual messages exchanged between Crews and who he thought was a teenage boy.
Today, kids still watch TV, but even cable TV offerings are limited. Kids are not likely to find a TV show instructing them on the finer points of making do-it-yourself DIY slime. There probably are few TV shows starring a child their exact age who shares the same obsession with the same boy band.
Whether you are looking for cartoons, videos of nursery rhymes or animated movies to keep your kids entertained, YouTube has them all. The big problem with YouTube, or any other video sharing site on the Internet, is that that all videos may not be appropriate for children. How do you prevent this?
Ian Rylett, who co-founded Seven Super Girls, was instructed to stay away from children under 18 after his arrest. A Florida man who co-founded a popular YouTube channel for tweens was accused of molesting a minor girl who worked for his company, according to an arrest affidavit obtained by PEOPLE. Ian Rylett, 55, was charged with one count of lewd or lascivious battery of a minor less than 16, according to online court records. Days later, on Aug.
If you've been active on YouTube this year, no doubt you've encountered at least one scandal. Whether it's through drama channels reporting on YouTuber feudscomplaints swarming on social media after a beauty guru's product lauchor a tragic update to a missing person investigation, plenty of YouTubers and their fans have been through the wringer so far in Here's a comprehensive timeline of every YouTuber controversy, scandal, and major news story this year.
Charges have been filed in Orange County against a YouTube rapper suspected of luring young women into a human trafficking circuit, and investigators said Monday they are seeking possible additional victims. Angel Ortiz Diamond, 31, of Los Angeles, has been charged with one felony count each of pimping and pandering, according to a news release from the Orange County District Attorney's Office. Authorities arrested Diamond last Monday on suspicion of pimping and pandering an year-old woman from Orange County, authorities said.
At first, it looks like any other visit to the doctor. Emily Morales, about 11 years old, smiles as a physician leads her through a series of poses, her thick blonde hair tied back in a ponytail. He lifts up her shirt and — with bare hands at the top of her rib cage and upper back — positions her further.
In the last several days there has been a lot of talk about videos on YouTube and YouTube Kids that are inappropriate for our children. One of those videos, the cartoon with the suicide clip, was brought to light right here on PediMom. I wish I could say that they are isolated incidents but unfortunately I cannot.
According to research by Kidsay, tweens kids ages number one website is YouTube. Does this make it right? What message are we sending to our kids if we are allowing them to set-up an account that clearly states they need to be age-appropriate?