Disney Employees Arrested for Child Sex Crimes Every Year for Past Decade

While recent news regarding Disney has centered around its condemnation of Florida’s Parental Rights in Education Bill, let’s not forget that the company is no stranger to pedophilic scandal.

Over the last ten years, countless Disney employee arrests have occurred for sex crimes involving children. In light of these events, is it surprising that the child-centered entertainment company is outspoken against Florida’s anti-grooming bill?

In 2012, Disney Cruise Line employee Milton Braganza was “caught on camera molesting an 11-year-old girl in an elevator.” In 2014, yet another cruise line employee Ahmed Sofyan was “charged with two counts of molestation and one count of false imprisonment after holding a 13-year-old girl in an unoccupied cabin and molesting her,” according to an article from The Gateway Pundit.

On the heels of a 2017 pedophile ring bust at Disney World, Executive Jon Heely was charged with 3 felony counts of child sex abuse, and more recently, an undercover operation in Florida resulted in the arrest of 108 individuals involved in human trafficking and pedophilia, four of which were Disney employees.

With a long history of an alarming number of arrests for the same crime, you’d think Disney would do a better job at vetting its applicants.

Conservative activist Christopher Rufo said in a tweet monday, “Disney has had employees arrested for child sex crimes in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022—in other words, at least once a year for the past decade.”

His twitter feed highlights only eight of these different instances where arrests were made of Disney employees for child sex crimes including molestation, soliciting sex with undercover police officers posing as minors, and possession of child pornography.

After at least a decade of repeated arrests, the term “accident” no longer seems appropriate.

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