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YouTube Still Posting Sugar Baby Videos after Google Exec’s Death

November 8, 2014

MUSIC • TECHNOLOGY • POLICY

As has been widely reported, Alix Tichelman apparently met Google executive Forrest Hayes through a sugar daddy site called SeekingArrangement.com.  Ms. Tichelman is accused of manslaughter and other charges relating to Mr. Hayes death.  According to SF Gate:

During interviews with police, Tichleman boasted of having more than 200 clients, all of whom she said she met through a website, SeekingArrangement.com, according to police.

Some news reports have also connected Tichelman to other Silicon Valley executives but nobody is naming names yet as far as we can tell.

This story is relevant because it shows yet again how YouTube’s “catch me if you can” policies that permit wide dissemination of videos promoting illegal drugs including steroids and Human Grown Hormone as well as what is essentially human trafficking.

You would think that after one of Google’s own executives is killed in a scenario that involved the sugar daddy website seekingarrangement.com…

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