Mother of Exploited Child Can’t Understand Why CPS Was Called
A New York Mother allowed her 11-year-old to dance at a Gay Bar. He was dressed in drag and older men were throwing dollars at him for his performance. Mother, Wendy Napoles, is shocked that people reported her to Child Protective Services.
“A barrage of allegations of abuse and exploitation were triggered when a video of Desmond performing in drag at the “3 Dollar Bill,” a gay club in Brooklyn, New York, was released last December. The internet and social media quickly erupted with calls for child welfare authorities to intervene.
Child Protective Services (CPS) investigated Desmond’s family, as did the New York City Administration for Child Services (ACS), the New York Police Department (NYPD), the Child Advocacy Center, the Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the Department of Labor, and the District Attorney’s Office.
“Because of the number of reports they received, our case went all the way to the Governor’s office,” said Wendy Napoles, Desmond’s mom. “We had announced visits & unannounced visits to our home nearly daily & at all hours & Desmond’s school. Our family was probed more intensely than any other case before.
“We have been accused of child abuse, exploitation & maltreatment to the point that we have been backed into a corner trying to defend ourselves,” she said in the Instagram posting. “We have been under a microscope since early December. I never thought I would have to breach my own privacy & confidentiality to provide proof that has been demanded of us out of malice.”
The boy Desmond Napoles doesn’t fully understand what he is doing.
“It is really amazing being in the spotlight because I get so much support and I’m an inspiration to so many people, which is one of my number one goals,” Desmond told The Daily Beast. “I like all the fame, and helping the LGBT community fight for our rights.”
But this is not the first time Wendy Napoles exploited her child.
When Desmond was just six years old, he was featured in a music video with drag queen and Season Six winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race Jinkx Monsoon. As a fourth-grader, the child was used to advance the LGBT agenda, giving a speech at New York City’s Pride in 2017.”
Child Protective Services and Police found that there were not any laws committed. So the child can continue to be exploited if the mother so chooses. How is this legal for a little kid to dance for the amusement of horny men? His dances could be considered a variation of child pornography.
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