Tuesday, November 13, 2012

The Man who said Elmo's Kevin Clash had sex with him as a teen LIED

This is some good news in this messy scandal.

The guy who told this tall tale said his sexual relationship with Kevin was adult and consensual.

Kevin said he is “relieved that this painful allegation has been put to rest.”

I guess the bigger question is, "Why did he tell this lie in the first place?"

I think there was money involved. The younger guy was probably getting the boot and wanted to blackmail Kevin. This is just another example of powerful, rich gays dating some messy 20 something boys.

Leave these messy boys alone. Young meat is too much trouble to be bother with. Just leave these folks alone.



Roger Poladopoulos said...

I always believed Elmo was innocent. It's a shame that Kevin's personal life was made public in all this. Charges against his accuser?

Bob said...

I'm glad. I didn't believe it in the first place--or didn't want to--so this is nice to hear.

K. Clark said...

So glad this didn't turn out to be an Eddie Long situation.

Lucifer Arnold said...

Lies can ruin a man. SS should have waited until papers were filed before they took action on this man.

Bama Boi said...

I'm so glad this was found to be a big lie. You will not drag Elmo through the dirt! Big Bird, saved! Elmo, saved! Who's next on Sesame Street they are trying to come for?

Gene Perry said...

The "young man" who publiclly made thes FALSE claims should be prosecuted ... even though he "recanted" Mr. Clash's reputation has been permenantly tarnished. The "young man" should be punished ... slander, libel, filing a false report, and for just being a snotty little weasel!

WilsonW said...

Yeah but the world will always wonder did he really lie or just get paid to shut up by Kevin. The world will probably think the same thing they did with Michael J. Paid to shetup. Especially if he doesn't seek damages like for what is mentioned above.

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