CNN staffer indicted on charges of enticing minors into ‘unlawful sexual activity’

A CNN staffer was arrested on three charges related to sexual abuse Friday after allegedly enticing women over the internet to allow him to teach their daughters sexual acts.

John Griffin, a CNN producer who has since been suspended, was indicted by a grand jury in Vermont of “using a facility of interstate commerce to attempt to entice minors to engage in unlawful sexual activity.” The Department of Justice said Griffin used the texting app Kik and Google Hangouts to coerce women into letting him teach their underage daughters how to be “sexually subservient” to men, claiming “women are women, regardless of age.”