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It is unclear why Mr Clash wanted a leave of absence, since he denies the allegations of underage sex, but the programme told TMZ it was to allow him to defend his reputation in the wake of the damaging allegations.High school and middle school students across the country continue to be subjected to crude, graphically sexual, psychologically intrusive, and privacy-invading surveys, without parents knowledge or consent. Yes _______ No _________ [Have you] hit, slapped or physically hurt a current or past boyfriend or girlfriend on purpose? One State Rep, a native of Cambodia, said it reminded him of what the Communists had done to people back there!He admitted he had a relationship with the man, but only after the accuser was an adult In August, the accuser's lawyers wrote a letter to Sesame Street accusing the programme of trying to 'discredit the victim in order to protect its employee and the image of one of its most valuable characters,' The website reported they had seen an email supposedly sent to the accuser by Mr Clash, acknowledging they had the affair when he was 16, but officials believe it is fake as they say the accuser never mentioned such an email existed.Sesame Street disciplined Mr Clash for inappropriate use of company email after they found emails between him and the accuser, but they did not indicate an illegal sexual relationship, according to TMZ.
However, the “opt-in” took place a year ago, and at the time parents were told that it was to participate in a program on healthy dating relationships.
Kevin Clash, 52, has taken a leave of absence from the popular children's show after the programme's lawyers were contacted by a 23-year-old man who claims he had a sexual relationship with the puppeteer seven years ago, when he was aged 16.
Iconic: Kevin Clash, left, who has voiced Elmo for two decades, arrives at the 35th International Emmy Awards in 2007.
School officials also claimed that parents had submitted “opt-in” permission for their children to take the survey.
It is part of a national program funded by the Obama Justice Department promoting the “campus rape culture” myth, and is called “Bringing in the Bystander.” People from the university are traveling to 30 high schools in Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire to administer the survey to students.
It’s only occasionally, when confronted by angry parents, that they will temporarily back off from them.