01-12-2019 | PedoGate, Opinion
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Gearbox CEO Accused Of Having "Underage Pornography" & Hosting "Peacock" Pedo Parties
The gaming world is abuzz with salacious rumors originating from a lawsuit filed against Gearbox Games CEO Randy Pitchford alleging his involvement with "underage pornography" and so-called "Peacock Parties" in which adults would frequently expose themselves to minors in attendance.
Many of the claims being levied at Pitchford concern fiduciary misconduct, misappropriation of funds and the possibility that a personal assistant helped Pitchford steal millions from former counsel for Gearbox Wade Callender. As damning as these charges are, they pale in comparison to the sexual misconduct allegations brought up in the suit.
“Upon information and belief, Randy Pitchford’s USB drive also contained Randy Pitchford’s personal collection of ‘underage’ pornography.”
The lawsuit details Pitchford's parties where "adult men have reportedly exposed themselves to minors, to the amusement of Randy Pitchford."
Gearbox made a statement to Kotaku upon the announcement of the latest lawsuit and the damning allegations within:
“The allegations made by a disgruntled former employee are absurd, with no basis in reality or law,” said a Gearbox spokesperson in an exclusive statement to Kotaku. “We look forward to addressing this meritless lawsuit in court and have no further comment at this time.”
Kotaku seemed to be attempting to play damage control for Pitchford and Gearbox to some extent. They reported the following:
“It’s a woman who is masturbating,” Pitchford said, “and when she has some experience that appears as if she’s having an orgasm, a huge amount of fluid comes out of her vagina.”
“This is not a sex worker—this is a fucking magician,” he added, saying he had purchased one of her videos and put it on the USB stick. “Some kid, an employee of the Medieval Times, discovered this memory stick, took it home, and accessed it because it was before we were password-protecting, and discovered secrets of my company and future games in development, and also discovered the pornography. And it was barely legal porn. This girl’s handle was ‘Only 18.’”
Gearbox's official statement also discounts any wrongdoing related to the so-called "Peacock Parties:"
“This is terminology that the Pitchfords have never used,” a spokesperson said—referring to the term “Peacock Parties,” to which the lawsuit refers—“and was made up by Wade in a further attempt to paint a sensational picture that is demonstrably false.”
Furthermore, Kotaku argued, the Peacock evenings have a high-quality guest list and have “featured some of the most respected and renowned performers in the world and has been attended by prominent members of the local community and larger media.”
Yeah, I heard Epstein kept the riff-raff out of his Lolita Island events too, but that doesn't mean there wasn't anything untoward going on there.
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