Donald Trump Jr Just Dropped A Truth Bomb On Sick Liberal NBC Perverts!

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A retweet from Donald Trump Jr. just made Jimmy Fallon’s world crashed. Don Jr. retweeted a post about a court documents that can damage Fallon intensely.

Fallon has been hiding a very big allegation that can destroy him big time.

The said allegation was a lawsuit filed under the name of “Jane Doe” against Jimmy Fallon former SNL cast member.

Before we start discussing about this lawsuit, I just want to be clear that there is no hint that Mr. Fallon had any “sexual” involvement whatsoever with this minor.

I just want to be perfectly clear about that.

Don Jr. made a twitter post where he mentioned Jimmy Fallon saying “Hey @jimmyfallon, care to comment on this?”

Don then CC’d Fallon’s show, SNL, and Comcast cable.

Trump’s eldest son got the tweet from an account called “An Open Secret,” which is famous for shining a light on the underbelly of Hollywood elites. The account posted the shocking court documents, involving a former SNL cast member named Horatio Sanz and late-night talk show host Jimmy Fallon, who appears to have been brought into this mess by way of a couple of strange situations.

In the below court docs, the plaintiff is alleging that Horatio Sanz “groomed” and sexually assaulted the young girl. The docs also claim that Mr. Fallon emailed the then 15-year-old from his NBC account, and also was seen drinking alcohol at an event where the young girl was also served alcohol.

Here are the details:

“Hi @jimmyfallon – why were you emailing a 15-year-old girl from your NBC email account? The same girl your co-star Horatio Sanz later sexually assaulted.”

“SNL stars like Horatio Sanz invited 16-year-old girls to afterparties, gave them alcohol, everybody knew, and nobody cared”

“Hi @jimmyfallon – why did you consume alcohol with a 16-year-old girl at a SNL afterparty? The same girl your co-star Horatio Sanz was sexually assaulted at the time?

“It was not a one-time thing, either for @Jimmyfallon @MrHoratioSanz
and the 16-year-old girl to be drinking at SNL afterparties, and they openly knew she was underage”

“In 2019 @MrHoratioSanz sent his victim text messages, saying “he felt terrible” about “hooking up with” the then 16-year-old girl, (he was 31 at the time), and she could “MeToo” him, “because it happened”

Here’s an excerpt from Variety reported on the lawsuit against Sanz:

The former “Saturday Night Live” star Horatio Sanz was hit with a lawsuit on Thursday accusing him of grooming a fan from the age of 15, giving her alcohol, and then groping her against her will when she was 17.

 The plaintiff, identified as “Jane Doe” in the complaint, alleges that Sanz also engaged her in explicit conversations on AOL Instant Messenger some 20 years ago, and repeatedly solicited “inappropriate” and “revealing” photos from her. She alleges that she suffered intense shame and depression due to the experience, and engaged in self-harm and self-medication, and at one point had to be hospitalized.

 The suit quotes from text messages Sanz allegedly sent her many years later, in 2019, in which he acknowledged that what he did was wrong and apologized. He described himself as a “wounded creep” in one message, and said he had quit drinking and sought to make amends.

 “If you want to metoo me you have every right,” he wrote, according to the complaint. “Just believe me I’m not like that anymore.”

 Sanz’s attorney, Andrew Brettler, issued a statement calling the allegations “categorically false” and saying she sought an exorbitant payout to remain quiet.

“However often she repeats her ludicrous allegations or tries to rope in other high-profile names to generate media attention, they will always be false,” Brettler said. “Before filing this lawsuit anonymously, she demanded $7.5 million in exchange for her silence. We, of course, refused and will vigorously contest these totally meritless claims.”

 The piece goes on to report about the Fallon connection.

 Sanz appeared on “SNL” from 1998 through 2006. According to the complaint, the plaintiff set up a fan website for “SNL” star Jimmy Fallon in 1999, when she was 14 years old. The suit alleges that Sanz and Fallon emailed her in January 2000, when she was 15, and that she first met Sanz in person after a taping in October 2000. At the time, she alleges that Sanz kissed her on the cheek and put his hands on her waist.

 Over the next year, she and her friends would travel to New York to wait in the “SNL” standby line and seek autographs. In May 2001, when she was 16, she got into the show’s after-party, and was served alcohol and danced, according to the suit. The following week, she again attended the after-party, and alleges that Sanz invited her and others up to the roof of the building to watch the sunrise.

Now I’m wondering if where the parents of this young girl were. Are they aware of the situation that their daughter is going through?

Sources: Wayne Dupree, Variety

 

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