Steven Spielberg & Tom Hanks Accused of Pedophilia
Major Hollywood elites names in video exposé by actor
Hollywood elites Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks have both been accused of pedophilia by actor Isaac Kappy during a bombshell video exposé.
Taking to Periscope, Kappy accuses Spielberg and Hanks, along with other influential figures, of sexual crimes against children, cannibalism, and other "sickening" rituals involving minors.
During his 48-minute video statement, Kappy describes the culture of child sex abuse as "the Hollywood sickness," saying:
"At the top level, these people are just sick and psycho.
"This is what’s sad about this.
"A lot of people are born into it.”
Isaac Kappy, who starred in blockbuster movies Terminator Salvation and Thor, streamed the live video confession over Periscope (Twitter's version of Facebook Live) in which he named and shamed several A-list stars and movie industry big-wigs.
The video has since appeared on YouTube where it's now starting to go viral.
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Unloading the weight of the information, Kappy blew the whistle on the live streaming platform, skipping from celebrity to celebrity, and dropping A-list names including Michael Jackson, Tom Hanks, and Steven Spielberg.
According to industry insider Kappy, when the truth gets out, they will all be remembered by future generations as notorious child abusers on par with Jimmy Savile, the notorious British child killer with ties to the Royal Family.
These bombshell claims by Kappy have emerged just one week after Sarah Ruth Ashcraft took to Twitter accusing Tom Hanks of raping her when she was just 13-years-old.
According to Ashcraft, she was sold to Hanks by her father for sex.
Kappy made a series of revelations during his live video, also accusing major Hollywood figures of "cannibalism."
Kappy also claimed to have information that members of the powerful Rothschild banking dynasty also partake in rituals that involve eating human flesh.
Accusations of pedophilia and cannibalism have also been made towards high-level players in the mainstream news media.
According to Kappy, Mark Thompson, "who runs the New York Times," and "ran the BBC for years" is also involved in these disturbing practices and is complicit in covering up the crimes of elite child abusers in the entertainment industry.
Growing up in Los Angeles, Kappy says he first became aware of Hollywood's underbelly when he realized he was "in the middle of some crazy f*cking shit" as a pre-teen.
Suggesting that he was abused himself by Spielberg as a child, but without spelling out the claim, Kappy says:
“The situation had to punch me in the face before I realized I was in the middle of some crazy f*cking shit.”
Kappy also challenged Spielberg to sue him.
“Let’s do discovery,” Kappy said, in a direct challenge to the veteran director, claiming he knows so many of Spielberg’s secrets, that he would destroy the movie mogul in court during the discovery phase.
Crispin Glover essay
This isn't the first time allegations of pedophilia have been made towards Spielberg either.
In a 2003 essay, Crispin Glover, who played Marty McFly’s father, George McFly in the hit movie "Back to the Future," seemingly accused Spielberg of pedophilia.
"Does Steven Spielberg focus much of his fantasy life on young people?
"Did he portray children wallowing in sewers filled with fecal matter in Schindler’s List?
"Did he use children to finger paint an adult in Hook?
"Does he collect the illustrations of Norman Rockwell, such as the one showing a young boy in his underwear examined by a doctor?
Do Michael Jackson and Steven Spielberg share similar opinions about the sexuality of young boys?”
Hollywood's culture of cover-ups
Steven Spielberg is one of the most popular directors and producers in Hollywood history and considered a founding pioneer of the New Hollywood era.
If proven, allegations of pedophilia against him would be explosive and cause the Weinstein scandal to look like small potatoes in comparison.
Whether or not the allegations contained in Isaac Kappy’s 48-minute live stream are verifiable or not, one thing is for sure: