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Hollywood Sex Abuse is a Century Old, Charlie Chaplin Raped Kids and He’s Hailed As a Hero

In 1921, 12-year-old Lillita MacMurray (Lita Grey) accompanied her friend, Myrna Kennedy to Chaplin's studio lot looking for work. The dark-eyed child caught Charlie's eye and he cast her as his flirting angel in 'The Kid.' PHOTO: flickchick1953

Hollywood has no problem celebrating child rapists as heroes—even when their crimes were admitted, prosecuted, and well known.

By Matt Agorist | 28 October 2017

FREE THOUGHT PROJECT — As the curtain gets pulled back and the predators in Hollywood scatter like cockroaches, every new finding leads to more questions. As the Harvey Weinstein scandal snowballed into Hollywood pedogate, Americans are finding out that children have long been the prey of Tinseltown’s elite. But how far back does this depraved madness go? According to many horrifying cases over the 20th century, the answer to that question is at least 100 years.

Hollywood’s proclivity for underage sex dates back ages—if he were alive, you could just ask Charlie Chaplin.

Chaplin, the man George Bernard Shaw called “the only true genius motion pictures ever produced” had a depraved affinity for children. Only because of his status and money did this Hollywood legend avoid being locked up. […]

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