Democrat in Georgia who made LGBT Film “Unconditional” BUSTED for Child Porn, Sex with 13-Year-Old

The public is once again confused after learning that a popular Democrat in Georgia, who’s also a filmmaker of an Award-nominated and critically acclaimed movie about LGBT teenagers; has now been arrested in a child pornography scandal.

The pedophile, Kent Igleheart, is a well known Democrat in the state of Georgia, hailing from the city of Roswell.

Police say that Kent Igleheart was using the Kik Messenger app, which is for some reason extremely popular amongst pedophiles, to have contact with over 121 underage children with 21 of those children being Georgia residents ,as reported first in the North Fulton Neighbor media outlet last spring.

Judge Linda W. Hunter’s DeKalb County courtroom had originally heard the case where Igleheart was charged with 15 felony counts of sexual exploitation of a minor and one misdemeanor count of furnishing alcohol to a minor.

He served on the Roswell City Council, as per the Democratic Party, where he was actively engaged in a social justice warrior style of virtue-signaling for years towards progressive and cultural Marxist ideals; actively attacking Conservatives for their support of the National Rifle Association (NRA), Christianity and traditional values, and speaking out against anyone who wanted to continue a normal lifestyle. (Related: Va Candidate Did Jail Time For Threatening To Kill President, Is Pro-Child Pornography)

Credit: UnconditionalFilm.com
Credit: UnconditionalFilm.com

While Kent Igleheart has a long history in film, outside of politics; he became an icon amongst Democrats once he wrote and directed the virtue signaling classic short film, ”Unconditional”, which was set around a group of homeless teenagers that were LGBT.

Igleheart is also an actor, writer, producer and voice-over artist who has appeared in over 60 films, television shows, commercials and corporate training videos. He also appeared in Georgia Trend magazine’s “40 Under 40”, according to his Everipedia.org report.

The resume of Kent Igleheart, lists himself as a former member of the Georgia Production Partnership, a nonprofit coalition of companies and individuals active in the state’s film and television industry.

The Roswell City Council accepted a resignation from Igleheart back in November after his arrest.

What makes the case of Igleheart so disturbing, is that he’s believed to have had sex with multiple minor children.

It’s been confirmed that one girl, who was only 13-years-old at the time of the relationship (she’s 17 now), was a victim of the perverted Kent Igleheart.

According to the Crimes Against Children Unit Assistant District Attorney for Tracy Reeves, Igleheart posed as a teenage boy online in order to manipulate the young girls.

“She thought she was potentially dating a teenager online and shared pretty much every intimate moment,” said Reeves. (Related: Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock’s brother arrested for child porn)

The girl claims that Igleheart began speaking about his “Uncle Ken,” who “liked younger women,” but then eventually revealed the truth about his identity and age to her.

Searches of Igleheart’s phones and computers also revealed that he posed online as “Kent Allen”, a teenager; or at least that’s what he would claim at first.

He presented himself as a teenage boy between the ages of 14 and 17 years and engaged in sexually graphic communications with numerous teenage girls, some of whom were as young as 13.

During these conversations, Igleheart persuaded and enticed the girls to take photographs of their genitalia and videos of themselves engaging in sexual conduct and transmit the images to him via the Internet.

The 13-year-old had originally stated that Igleheart was responsible for both rape and kidnapping; but later admitted that she had willingly had sexual relations with the 54-year-old pedophile.

It doesn’t make it any less disturbing, and it’s also illegal.

Judge Hunter set Igleheart’s bond at $75,000 cash, to which he paid and was released back in November pending his trial.

The FBI was also carrying out an investigation into Igleheart, who they believed had sexual relations with multiple other children, and potentially had received child pornography from them as well.

A statement was released on January 8th from the office of United States Attorney Byung J. Pak, Northern Georgia District; in which he detailed the full case.

“By persuading his minor victims to create and share graphic images of themselves online, Igleheart has caused these children to suffer ongoing and irreparable harm,” said United States Attorney Byung J. “BJay” Pak.

“No one expects to see a community leader behave in this kind of heinous manner, and this betrayal of public trust underscores the need for parents to remain aware of how their children are using the internet and social media,” said Pak in a news release.

“There is no sentence that can lessen the harm that has been caused to these young children, but at least this suspect will be stopped from pursuing his egregious acts,” said FBI Atlanta Special Agent in Charge David J. LeValley.

“Unfortunately, this is another stark reminder to parents to be extremely vigilant when their children go online and use social media,” said LeValley.

The courts said that Igleheart eventually agreed to a plea deal, where he not only admitted to having the sexual relationship with the girl, but to exchanged sexually graphic photographs (child pornography) with her, and even booking hotels for them to stay at together. (Related: California Deputy AG Arrested on Child Porn Charges)

U.S. District Judge Amy Totenberg stated the conviction of Igleheart for four counts of producing child pornography, one count of receiving child pornography, and one count of possessing child pornography.

Igleheart is scheduled for his sentencing hearing on March 26th of 2018, before Judge Totenberg in Federal Court.

H/T Goldwater

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