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*[http://variety.com/2016/tv/news/mark-salling-child-porn-glee-1201784653/ Glee’ Star Mark Salling Indicted for Child Pornography]
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*[http://www.sunjournal.com/sex-offenders-art-removed-from-lewiston-exhibit/ Sex offender’s art removed from Lewiston exhibit]
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::The University of Southern Maine has removed three works by a highly regarded oil painter from a gallery on its Lewiston-Auburn campus after learning that the artist is a sex offender, a decision that has prompted objections from the show’s curator and the Union of Maine Visual Artists.<br> (Bob Keyes, Portland Press Herald, US, May 6, 2018)<!-- Added 5-7-18 -->
::Mark Salling, who played Puck on “Glee,” was indicted on Friday for possessing child pornography.<br> (Maane Khatchatourian, Variety, US, May 27, 2016)<!-- Added 5-29-16 -->
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*[http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2018/04/26/cosby-guilty-jury-rules-comedian-sexually-assaulted-andrea-constand.html Cosby guilty: Jury rules comedian sexually assaulted Andrea Constand]
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::Bill Cosby was found guilty of sexual assault by a jury of his peers on Thursday.<br> ( Sasha Savitsky, Leora Arnowitz, FOX News, US, April 26, 2018)<!-- Added 4-26-18 -->  
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Latest revision as of 13:38, 7 May 2018

Entertainment News

The University of Southern Maine has removed three works by a highly regarded oil painter from a gallery on its Lewiston-Auburn campus after learning that the artist is a sex offender, a decision that has prompted objections from the show’s curator and the Union of Maine Visual Artists.
(Bob Keyes, Portland Press Herald, US, May 6, 2018)
2011 Bill Cosby.jpg
Bill Cosby was found guilty of sexual assault by a jury of his peers on Thursday.
( Sasha Savitsky, Leora Arnowitz, FOX News, US, April 26, 2018)