Tom Hanks and Oprah Winfrey Flee Social Media After Jeffrey Epstein Court Docs Drop

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Hollywood A-listers Tom Hanks and Oprah Winfrey turned off comments on social media apps including Instagram immediately following the release of Jeffrey Epstein court documents.

Hanks and Winfrey disabled comments on their accounts after tens of thousands of people flooded their popular pages calling for their arrests for alleged child sex crimes.

Hanks also disabled comments on his popular Instagram page in October after tens of thousands of people called him out for his alleged crimes and demanded an urgent investigation into his crimes against children.

The activity on Hanks and Winfrey’s social media feeds follows explosive allegations against Hollywood royalty including Hanks and Steven Spielberg, with many people including industry whistleblowers accusing them of being predatory pedophiles.

According to the commenters, Hanks is a prolific pederast who has been “hiding in plain sight” in the public eye for decades, while flaunting his depraved lifestyle through the use of signs and symbols.

Numerous Hollywood insiders have gone on the record admitting that child sexual abuse is rife in the entertainment industry. Many celebrities, including Anne Heche, Chris Cornell, Avicii and Kirstie Alley, all of whom vowed to expose the rotten Hollywood system, were found dead in suspicious circumstances before they could finish their work.

Isaac Kappy, a Hollywood insider known for his appearances in Thor (2011), Fanboys (2009) and Terminator Salvation (2009), among other roles, took to YouTube to open up about the Hollywood sickness, naming and shaming various A-list stars and industry names.

Describing pedophilia as “the Hollywood sickness“, Kappy says, “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,” he said, describing a broad Hollywood culture of abuse against children.

Kappy mentioned A-list names including Tom Hanks, Michael Jackson, and Steven Spielberg, claiming they will all be remembered by future generations as notorious abusers on par with Jimmy Savile, the notorious elite British child abuser.

Isaac Kappy died in May 2019 with mainstream media reports saying he committed suicide by jumping off a bridge in Arizona. Before his death, an Instagram message captioned, “Beware the man that has nothing to lose, for he has nothing to protect,” was posted to his account.

The claims against Tom Hanks came after Sarah Ruth Ashcraft announced that she was sold for sex by her father at age 13 years and raped by Hollywood star Tom Hanks.

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