John Griffin, who famously worked for CNN as a producer on Chris Cuomo’s nightly show, was arrested by the FBI on three charges of using minors to engage in unlawful sexual activity over the weekend. The US Attorney’s Office for the District of Vermont announced the news in a press release.
Griffin, 44, was charged by a federal grand jury for enticing parents to receive a payment for allowing their child to engage in unlawful sexual activity.
According to the press release:
“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.
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.”
The US District Attorney’s Office statement revealed that Griffin also allegedly offered his sexual training to two other children. He was reportedly holding “virtual training sessions” with parents claiming to be able to teach their children how to engage in sexual activity.
In one instance in April 2020, John Griffin allegedly instructed a 14-year-old daughter and her mother to begin touching each other sexually while he instructed their movements.
The report also claims Griffin offered to send a 16-year-old and her mother to his Ludlow ski house in an attempt to coerce the two into unlawful sexual activities.
If convicted, Griffin faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years and a maximum of life in prison.
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