Why Are Adult Web Sites Still Showing “Thot King” Child Pornography Videos?

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Columbus Ohio rapper known as the “Thot King”, Eric D. Chavis, 24, pleaded guilty to producing child pornography and faces 15-30 years in prison. So why are his videos still playing on porn sites?

Eric was first arrested back in August 2015 when federal authorities found out about an underage teenager (16 at the time), that was featured in one of his underground rap videos. Going by the name Thot King, his production company Ay Streatz produced numerous music videos featuring young girls in graphic sexual situations and sold them on a website as DVD titled ‘Thots Gone Wild’.

One of the girls spoke out to WBNS 10 TV News about her encounter. She said that she was forced into doing the video and later regretted it when Eric started posting the video on YouTube and Facebook and other social media outlets.

Eric is now awaiting his fate after admitting to one count of producing child porn.

We all know child pornography is illegal, so why the video of the underage girl still playing on porn web sites? In fact Ay Streatz and the Thot King, Eric still have a PornHub account and page set up with all their videos. Is he making a profit under the PornHub Community category?  A YouTube page still exist with a few of his censored videos. Is this acceptable? Did the Feds forget to inform websites that they have a known pedophile with multiple videos still in their video rotation? There should be some kind of ethical decision to pull all of Ay Streatz videos or ANY producer of child porn even if some of the girls are age 18 and over. At least pull the alleged under age video he admitted to making.

 

Source 1-10tv.com

Source 2-justice.gov