Award-Winning Drag Queen, LGBTQ Youth Adviser Charged With More Than Two Dozen Counts of Child Porn

Award-Winning Drag Queen, LGBTQ Youth Adviser Charged With More Than Two Dozen Counts of Child Porn

The left’s ongoing attempts to sexually groom our country’s most prized asset — our children — has produced yet another outrage.

As reported by The Daily Wire, Brice Williams, a drag queen who goes by the name Anastasia Diamond and is also an “LGBTQ+” youth advisor, has been charged with 25 counts of possessing child pornography.

Specifically, according to the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office, Williams allegedly was found to be in possession of dozens of photos and videos of nude underaged boys, some of whom were performing oral sex.

Authorities say that Williams downloaded 49 photos and 25 videos of child pornography between May and December 2020.

Court documents go on to say that the sexually-explicit images “showed genitalia and boys performing oral sex” and were linked to Williams’ email address and phone number, FOX 43 reported.

PennLive/The Patriot-News, an outlet serving the capital Harrisburg, once gushed over the now-charged drag queen for being a local activist who spreads “pride” throughout the year.

“Williams, who uses both masculine and feminine pronouns, is HIV medical case manager at Keystone Health Center in Chambersburg, but this month will join GLO Harrisburg, a center that offers a ‘safe space’ for LGBTQ+ youth of color. There, he’ll continue HIV/AIDS prevention and awareness work, while working with LGBTQ+ youth,” the outlet reported, adding that Williams was “living life with pride, and encouraging others to do the same, happens 365 days a year.”

The “safe space” LGBTQ+ youth program, which opened its doors in November 2019, reportedly features a “teen clinic” once a week “for ages 14 to 21, regardless of gender or sexual identity,” according to PennLive/The Patriot-News.

In addition, FOX 43 reported that Williams was awarded the 2020 Rising Star Award from the LGBTQ Center of Central Pennsylvania for his youth and pride ‘activism.’

Popular Twitter account Libs of TikTok posted what was reported to be a screenshot from Williams’ social media last month. The activist, who describes himself as “Black,” a “Queer American,” and a “Human Rights advocate,” noted in his profile that he is a “Genderqueer Social Worker & Drag Queen.”

Libs of TikTok also included a video of Williams performing in drag for an audience that appears to consist primarily of children.

A statement from UPMC, which is affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh and the GLO program, said Williams had been fired.

“UPMC’s immediate concern is the health and well-being of our participants who utilize the services provided at GLO,” UPMC said. “Upon notification of the circumstances surrounding the case, the individual was terminated.”

“We are fully cooperating with authorities throughout the investigation,” the statement went on to say. “We have no reason to believe that this individual was at any point alone on the GLO premises with a participant without other staff members present.”

The Franklin County Coalition for Progress responded by condemning “all forms of child abuse and exploitation” while also emphasizing that it supports “due process.”

“It has come to our attention that Brice Williams has been criminally charged by the Franklin County District Attorney,” the coalition said in a statement posted to Facebook. “The Franklin County Coalition for Progress board of directors has removed Williams from its board and all programming. (Pride Franklin County is a program of FCCP.) The board supports every person’s right to due process. The board strongly condemns all forms of child abuse and exploitation.”


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