The Taylor County District Attorney’s Office issued a statement on Tuesday that Netflix is facing criminal charges in Texas for promoting obscene visual effects of children in the French film “Cuties.”
The document was filed on September 23. The document stated that Netflix promoted material in the film that depicts a public display of the genitals of a child under 18 years of age who is dressed or partially clothed, which arouses people’s interest in sex. Of great interest.
Netflix did not immediately respond to Reuters’ request for comment.
Netflix stated that Cutie’s plot revolves around an 11-year-old Muslim girl who “fascinated the free-spirited dance group and began to resist conservative family traditions”.
Texas State Representative Matt Schaefer posted a photo of the indictment on Twitter, and NBC News reported the incident earlier on Tuesday.
Netflix, Inc. sued by the Tyler Co., Tx grand jury for advertising material in Cuties films depicting the vulva exhibition of children under 18 years of age in clothes or partially clothes, which aroused people’s interest in sex Keen interest #Cuties #txlege pic.twitter.com/UJ1hY8XJ2l
-Matt Schaefer (@RepMattSchaefer) October 6, 2020
Meimei had previously been criticized internationally for allegedly engaging in sexual acts on 11-year-old girls in propaganda posters. Netflix later apologized for “inappropriate artwork”, saying it does not represent a movie.
Last month, the Turkish broadcast supervisory agency stated that it would order Netflix to block the movie from being broadcast locally on the grounds that it contained images of child exploitation.
© Thomson Reuters 2020
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