Photographer Charged With Drugging Male Models To Fulfill ‘Straight Guy’ Fetish

(stock photo – Alexander Dummer)

Nigel Wilkinson, a British photographer, is accused of luring straight male models to his home for photo shoots where he would allegedly drug and rape them.

The self-described ‘fitness photographer’ has been charged with one count of rape, one count of sexual assault, five counts of voyeurism, and six counts of administering a substance with intent according to The Daily Mail.

According to testimony, he would approach men on Instagram and offer to take fully-clothed photos of the victims as long he was allowed to also take a few “semi-nude, arty, tasteful pictures’ for his own use.

The prosecutor, Sarah Regan, told the jury, “It is clear that he tapped into the modern obsession with looking good and promoting the self, to add to the number of followers and likes on social media.”

His victims told the court he would offer them a drink, which they later realized was drugged, and would wake up naked, sometimes in the photographer’s bed.

One man alleges that he woke up the morning after a so-called photo shoot face down in Wilkinson’s bed unable to move, reports The Daily Mail.

“I wasn’t really capable of really moving, and I don’t think I could even really say anything,” the man told the court.

He added Wilkinson was “doing stuff” to him. The young man added, “I’m 99% sure he tried to have sex with me” as the photographer was behind him in an “obviously sexual position.”

In online Skype chats entered into evidence during the trial, Wilkinson apparently used the alias “Straight Boy Lover.”

In one chat, Wilkinson allegedly wrote “I love dumb jocks and guys stupid enough to sleep next to me.”

He also said he “liked to have sex with straight men – and that he liked to do it without them being aware of it.”

Telling another user he was “very much” into “drunk, sleeping guys,” he was asked if he had ever penetrated ‘a sleeper.’ He allegedly replied, “Oh yes, many times.”

In an October 2014 chat with another user, he said to an online user based in Romania, “I get a kick out of robbing a straight guy of his masculinity.”

The alleged assaults took place between February 2014 and December 2015.

The court case is currently underway.

(h/t The Daily Mail)

Breaking: 3rd Kavanaugh Accuser Comes Forward With Allegations of ‘Gang Rape’

Julie Swetnick

CNN producer Javi Morgado has shared on Facebook the deposition of Julie Swetnick, who has come forward accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of being involved in ‘gang rapes’ during the 1980s.

She alleges she witnessed Kavanaugh and his bestie Mark Judge ‘spike’ the punch at parties with alcohol and drugs to help drug girls and lower their inhibitions. She says she

“I have a firm recollection of seeing boys lined up outside rooms at many of these parties waiting for their ‘turn’ with a girl inside the room. These boys included Mark Judge and Brett Kavanaugh,” Swetnick said.

She not only saw the behavior at house parties during that time, but became a victim of one of those ‘gang rapes.’ She alleges Kavanaugh and Mark Judge were involved.

According to her signed affidavit, she has witnesses to support her allegations.

Swetnick is the client Michael Avenatti has been referring to in his tweets of late.

Swetnick is no slacker. She’s held security clearances with the federal government in the Justice Department, State Department, Homeland Security and more.

In a statement released by the White House, Kavanaugh denied the new allegations:

“This is ridiculous and from the Twilight Zone. I don’t know who this is and this never happened.”

See the sworn affidavit below. Click on the images below to enlarge.

#WhyIDidntReport

Donald Trump recently tweeted in a sarcastic tone that Christine Blasey Ford “surely must have come forward” after her alleged attack in high school by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Trump asked to see the filed reports:

As we all know, most victims of sexual assault do not come forward for fear of not being believed, or becoming a victim AGAIN via the authorities/media.

From the most-wise Ed Dixon (via Facebook):

“She was raped at the age of 8. Her rapist was found guilty, but spent only one day in jail. After he was released, he was murdered. Because of this, she became mute for almost 5 years, believing her “voice killed him.”

“I killed him that man. because I told his name. And, then I thought I would never speak again, because my voice would kill anyone …”

Her name was Marguerite Ann Johnson. Later in life, she would change her name . . . to Maya Angelou (photo above).

News Round-Up: May 23, 2018

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Blake McGrath

Some news items you might have missed:

• Canadian dancer and choreographer Blake McGrath looking chill in Miami Beach (above). Check out his Instagram for videos of his ah-mahz-ing choreography.

• Netflix’s series 13 Reasons Why has come under fire for a controversial, graphic male rape scene.

• A Boy Scout and his dad were kicked out of a hardware store because the store employee doesn’t “support homos.”

• One of the gay men Kentucky County Clerk Kim Davis refused to issue a marriage license to in 2015, David Ermold, lost his bid to challenge Davis for her office.

• A federal judge in Virginia has sided with transgender student Gavin Grimm over the rights of trans students to use the bathroom that aligns with their gender identity.

• The NFL has announced a new policy that will fine teams an undetermined amount if players on the field fail to stand during the national anthem played before the start of the game. Players who wish to protest will be allowed to remain in the locker room.

• Check out Jess Glynne’s new single, “I’ll Be There.” Glynne is the first-ever British female to earn six #1 UK singles. I’ve previously featured her collaboration “Real Love” with Clean Bandit on The Randy Report. Hit play below.

News Round-Up: January 5, 2018

Joss Mooney (via Instagram)

Some news items you might have missed:

• Shoutout/woof to total thirst trap Joss Mooney who recently joined MTV’s The Challenge. The former Ex on the Beach star and online trainer is giving you his best moody-muscle gaze via Instagram.    #Dang

• Twitter says they don’t want to block the tweets of world leaders (we’re looking at you, Donald Trump) because “people should be able to see and debate” important information those leaders may share.

• A transgender cab driver in the UK, who was snubbed by her kids when she came out, will not be sharing her $5.4 million lottery winnings with the hideous offspring.

• The groundbreaking Freeform (formerly ABC Family) series The Fosters will come to an end this Spring. The series, about a lesbian couple raising their adopted and biological children, will see the beginning of the end when the current season picks up January 9.

• Washington state has added a third gender option – “X” – to birth certificates. Additionally, the state has streamlined the process of updating gender identity on state-issued documents.

• Colorado prison guards “smiled” as a gay prisoner begged not to be housed with a rapist. Over the course of three days, the 21-year-old was repeatedly raped and beaten. He has filed suit against the federal government.

• Check out the new music video for “Mystery of Love” by Sufjan Stevens from the soundtrack for the acclaimed feature film, Call Me By Your Name, featuring footage from the film.

I’m thinking Oscar nomination for “Best Song” here.

Former Grindr Employee Alleges Company HR Supervisor Drugged/Raped Him

A former Grindr employee, using the name John Doe, has filed a lawsuit against the dating app company saying a Human Resources supervisor drugged him at a 2016 holiday party, and then raped him in a hotel room.

According to the suit, Daniel Cabanero has been named as the one who drugged him, allegedly put him in a car, and took him to a hotel room where he woke up to find himself being raped.

Doe says he passed out again during the act, but immediately went to a hospital emergency room when he woke up for a rape exam.

Doe says he informed law enforcement and he believes the investigation is still ongoing.

Additionally, Doe alleges other Grindr employees knew what was happening at the party and didn’t move to protect him.

According to Doe,  the office environment at Grindr is rife with sexual comments and innuendo.

(source)

Judge Declares Mistrial In Bill Cosby Rape Case

After 52 hours of deadlocked deliberation, Judge Steven O’Neill declared a mistrial in the case against TV icon Bill Cosby.

Cosby was charged with three felony counts of aggravated indecent assault against a former employee of his alma mater, Temple University.

Cosby faced a potential 10 years in prison for the alleged 2004 assault.

According to reports, the Montgomery County district attorney’s office already plans to retry Cosby.

Campaign Manager Ducks Questions About Trump’s Upcoming Rape Trial

Donald Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway refused to discuss her candidate’s upcoming child rape case during an appearance on CNBC.

CNBC host Andrew Ross Sorkin brought up Trump’s threat to throw Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in jail over her ongoing email kerfulle if he’s elected, but also noted Trump’s own legal scandals.

Trump is scheduled to begin a court case in December in which a woman has accused him of raping her when she was 13 years old.

From Rawstory:

“My understanding is that no matter who wins, we’re going to be dealing with the email issue after this if she’s the president,” he explained. “If Donald Trump is the president, he’s got the child rape case that’s going to happen that was just given a date.”
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“Oh, come on,” Conway gasped. “That you would analogize the two. Give me a break.”

“I’m just suggesting that no matter who is in the White House,” Sorkin continued before being interrupted.

“Next you are going to ask me where his taxes are,” Conway quipped, rolling her eyes.

I’m unclear as to why Conway thinks a charge of rape is an unimportant matter. The Trump campaign keeps carping about “possible” charges against Hillary Clinton, but Trump is the one who’s actually going to trial.

Donald Trump Accuses Bill Clinton Of Rape

In a preview of what we can expect in the upcoming general election between Republican Donald Trump and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Fox News host Sean Hannity brought up 20+ year old allegations against President Bill Clinton in an interview with Trump.

Hannity was discussing the recent New York Times piece that delved into Trump’s past treatment (or mistreatment) of women. Hannity pivoted to sexual accusation’s against Bill Clinton from the 1990s.

From USA Today:

“I looked at The New York Times. Are they going to interview Juanita Broaddrick? Are they going to interview Paula Jones? Are they going to interview Kathleen Willey?” Hannity asked. “In one case, it’s about exposure. In another case it’s about groping and fondling and touching against a woman’s will.”

“And rape,” Trump said.

Trump is referring to Broaddrick’s 1999 accusation that Clinton raped her in Little Rock, Ark. during his 1978 campaign for governor of the state. Clinton’s attorney called the allegations “absolutely false” in a statement in 1999, according to The Washington Post. In 1998, Broaddrick, a nursing home administrator, called the charges “untrue” in a sworn affidavit, which she later disavowed. No charges were ever brought in the case.

So, clearly Trump plans to make the alleged “sins of the husband” the sins of Hillary.

How very presidential of the Trumpster.