An award-winning drag queen who counseled children at a “safe haven” for LGBTQ+ youth in Pennsylvania has been arrested and charged with a sickening array of child sex crimes, according to local reports.
According to a criminal docket issued last week, Brice Patric Ryschon Williams was charged with 25 counts of child pornography and a further count of criminal use of a communication facility after an investigation by law enforcement connected him to a disturbing Dropbox account.
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Williams is currently being held at Franklin County Jail in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania on a $100,000 bail he was unable to post.
The sickening child pornography found in Williams’ possession includes at least 49 photos and 25 videos of naked, prepubescent boys. The vile content featured “genitalia and boys performing sex acts,” in some cases “with an adult man.”
In addition to performing as a drag queen by the name of Anastasia Diamond, Williams is an HIV medical case manager at a local health center and last year joined GLO Harrisburg, a center that offers a “safe haven” for LGBTQ+ youth of color in central Pennsylvania. Williams was awarded the LGBT Center of Central PA Rising Star Award in 2020.
“I feel as though this is so important because I know there are little kids like me who are queer who are black who are still not able to look up to anyone. So that’s the reason why I got into this line of work. I wanted to make … a big impact for folks in my community,” Williams told a local Pennsylvania news outlet last year.
A video clip posted on Instagram also appears to show Williams performing for children in 2017.
Democrats continue their quest to indoctrinate children with drag-themed events across America targeted at children as young as 2 years old.
Drag queens are “what America is all about,” according to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), who declared it “an honor” to make a guest appearance on the most recent episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race.
The TV show, which follows men dressed in women’s clothing who were previous drag competition winners in a “tournament of champions,” premiered on May 20.
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