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Saturday, December 16, 2023

VIDEO: Fans believe Tyler Perry is the powerful Hollywood billionaire who sexually assaulted Christian Keyes as he revealed on IG live video

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Fans believe Tyler Perry is the powerful Hollywood billionaire who sexually assaulted Christian Keyes as he revealed on IG live video.

 "I Was Broke But I Wouldn't Sell My Soul" "Penis Was Attached To The Offers" - Christian Keyes revealed.

The actor, who plays Charlie Riggs in BET’s In Contempt, is tired of gay men sending him direct messages on Instagram. He also hates it when guys leave comments in his feed using the eggplant emoji (seen as a symbol for well-endowed men).

So a few days ago, he took to Instagram to demand for it stop ASAP.

“This might get me in trouble, but oh well,” he said. “I got nothing but love for all our brothers and sisters in the gay community. Period. It ain’t my business. That’s between you, who you love and God.”

He continued: “With that being said and respecting each other’s truths … if I respect yours, you respect mine. Gentlemen, let’s not be in the comments section with the eggplant emojis and the sexual comments. I’m not a fan of that.

“I appreciate you supporting my work but let’s not be in the DM [with] ‘Hey sexy, what’s up? What’s good?’ So, again – if I respect your truth, you respect mine. Respect people’s truths. Nobody need to be harassing nobody. It’s too much. It’s too aggressive.”

Eventually, she was able to get a rape kit collected at another hospital, but because so much time had gone by since the assault, "the results were inconclusive," she said.

But advocates say Miller-Keyes should never have had that experience -- and are trying to help other survivors know their rights. Nurse experts say a police report is not required to have a rape kit administered; a survivor does not have to decide whether they intend to file a report to have evidence collected in this way.

"No hospital emergency room should turn a sexual assault patient away who is seeking care," Jennifer Pierce-Weeks, the CEO of the International Association of Forensic Nurses (IAFN) told ABC News. A joint position statement from the IAFN and Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) issued in 2016 echoes this.

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