A BBC presenter has been accused of paying a youngster sexually specific pictures from the age of 17. In accordance with the Solar, the presenter, who hasn’t been named has paid the teenager round £35,000 ($44,934) for the pictures.
The BBC, in a report, has said that they’re wanting into the allegations and that the accused presenter isn’t scheduled to be on air within the coming days. The mom of the teen advised Solar that her baby offered the images to the presenter to fund a crack cocaine behavior.
The mom complained to BBC on Might 19 and mentioned the household was annoyed that the presenter remained on air. The mom mentioned her baby had gone from being a “happy-go-lucky teen to a ghost-like crack addict” in three years.
The mom additionally mentioned that the star confirmed himself in his underwear “ready for my baby to carry out for him”.
Following the allegations, totally different BBC presenters took to Twitter to disclaim they’re the presenter in query.
Broadcaster Rylan Clark tweeted that he was not the presenter, saying “that ain’t me babe” and including that he’s filming in Italy for a BBC programme.
BBC Radio 2 presenter Jeremy Vine additionally mentioned the allegations are usually not about him.
He tweeted: “Simply to say I am very a lot wanting ahead to internet hosting my radio present on Monday — whoever the ‘BBC Presenter’ within the information is, I’ve the identical message for you as Rylan did earlier: it definitely ain’t me.”