Philip Schofield: Londoners are suspecting Jeremy Vine to be the BBC presenter who was exposed for buying explicit pictures of a 17 year old underage teen for £35,000 KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, July 8, 2023

Philip Schofield: Londoners are suspecting Jeremy Vine to be the BBC presenter who was exposed for buying explicit pictures of a 17 year old underage teen for £35,000

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Londoners are suspecting Jeremy Vine to be the BBC presenter who was exposed of buying explicit pictures from a 17 year old underage teen for £35,000


UNN wrote: "It is an offence to make, distribute, possess or show any indecent images of anyone aged under 18."
The presenter involved was buying pictures from a 17 year old. 
Why have the BBC not reported the individual to the Police?"

A BBC star has reportedly been taken off air pending an investigation after claims emerged that he paid a vulnerable teenager more than £35,000 for sexual images.

It is understood that the BBC is looking into the allegations, and that the star is currently not scheduled to be on air in the coming days.

The Sun said the young person's family complained to the BBC on 19 May.

The family is reported to have become frustrated that the star remained on air and approached the newspaper, but said they wanted no payment for the story.

The mother told the paper that the anonymous individual, now aged 20, had used the money from the presenter to fund a crack cocaine habit.

She described to the paper how her child had gone from a "happy-go-lucky youngster to a ghost-like crack addict" in three years.

The corporation said the information would be "acted upon appropriately".

A BBC spokesperson said: "We treat any allegations very seriously and we have processes in place to proactively deal with them.

Reactions from British:

Michelle:Jeremy Vine quote after his allegations sent Alex Bellfield to prison for 5 years;
last year’s trial, in which Vine labelled Belfield “the Jimmy Savile of trolling” as the court heard he had repeatedly posted or sent abusive messages, videos and emails.

Paul: So Jeremy Vine joins Schofield as someone allegedly interested in under age children. The most woke & virtuous are often those with the most to hide. The @bbc need investigating. Proof you can’t trust the MSM, they’re just liars & hypocrites. And worse.

John: I see Jeremy Vine is trending and he’s having some time off TV, I wonder why 🧐 Remember when he made this astonishing statement about those who decided not to take part in the State sponsored experimental gene therapy jabs 👇 What a lovely individual…not.

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