He has surrendered his passport and will stand trial later this year. Rylett, a year-old who resides in the United Kingdom, is one of the founders of the SevenAwesomeKids brand. Established in , the franchise boasts a collective 17 million subscribers over seven channels, including SevenPerfectAngels, SevenFabulousTeens, and SevenTwinklingTweens. The largest channel — SevenSuperGirls — currently has roughly 9 million subscribers and 5 billion views. Each features daily videos from a rotating stable of more than 20 young girls, ranging from 8 to 18 years old. Rylett pays them a monthly salary in exchange for filming videos he directs.
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Many of those videos appeared to have been stolen from genuine accounts where parents and children shared videos, then reuploaded by accounts with random English or Cyrillic usernames, a number of which had uploaded multiple videos of different children. It introduced a new algorithm it claimed was twice as effective at hunting down and removing predatory comments. It disabled comments wholesale on tens of millions of videos showing minors. And, controversially, it stripped the ability to receive comments off thousands of seemingly otherwise normal, healthy channels simply because they regularly upload videos showing kids. She got an inkling something was off when the video amassed , views in just a few days. The view count was coming from the wormhole. Watson got into the wormhole after clicking on a bikini haul video from an adult creator. A video of a bathing suit-clad young girl was in the Up Next bar. Today, to see how extensive the presence of fetishizing videos and comments still is, we created a fresh Google account and opened YouTube in an incognito browser window. The first result that popped up was a playlist called 12 year old girls in bathing suits.
Preosecutor: Rylett made victim sign contract allowing 'intimate' body contact
A pedophilia scandal spurred YouTube to pledge it wouldn't allow comments on videos depicting kids age 13 and younger. Six months later, they're easy to find. YouTube pledged to disable comments, notifications and personalized ads on all videos directed at children, and its machine learning will police YouTube's sprawling catalog to keep kids videos in line, the company said. One problem: YouTube's machine learning was already supposed to be suspending comments on videos featuring young minors. It hasn't.
Mike DeForest , Investigative Reporter. Shortly before Ian Dean Rylett allegedly ordered the year-old to undress in front of him and touched her breasts, prosecutors claim Rylett required the teen and her mother to sign a talent contract in which they agreed there could be "physical or bodily contact, potentially of an intimate nature". According to prosecutors, the contract obligated the teen to "remove any items of clothing as directed by management. The United Kingdom citizen has pleaded not guilty to lewd and lascivious molestation, a second-degree felony punishable by up to 15 years in prison. Rylett's attorney, Matthew Ferry, did not respond to several phone calls and emails from News 6 seeking comment. The channel, which has nearly three million subscribers, features videos of children and young teens performing skits in costumes, going on vacation, or doing routine activities around their homes. Over the past decade, at least six spinoff channels were created including "Seven Perfect Angels" and the flagship "Seven Super Girls.