Netflix Children Show Creator Wrote Sick Pedophile Post After Stalking Young Kid

The creator of a Netflix kids’ show is now under fire for a sickening post made about a teenage boy.

Julia Vickerman, the developer of “Twelve Forever,” composed the now-deleted post back in 2010. The post was scrubbed from her blog, an archived version is still accessible and recently was rediscovered.

The blog site post details a really unsettling encounter in between Vickerman and an unknown boy. At the time, Vickerman would have been 25 years of ages.

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: fl-noexcerpt= “true” > Advertisement- story continues listed below Vickerman explains a” gorgeous androgynous long black-haired emo 14-year-old boy wearing tight black pants and a black t-shirt” who was with his mother.

” Periodically I get rapid infatuations with strangers that can just be referred to as ‘frustrating’ or … ‘frustrating’ depending upon how patient you are with me. Tony was nice adequate to follow this bad young boy around the little carnival with me as I attempted to sneak images (none of which turned out well).” (Emphasis added.)

” I understood that my heart would be permanently in turmoil unless I at least TRIED to speak with him,” Vickerman continued. “Oh GOD if only his mother hadn’t existed.”

Luckily for the boy, his mom was there.

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: fl-noexcerpt=” real” > Advertisement -story continues listed below Vickerman ultimately developed the courage to approach the mother-and-son duo, gifting them a pair of flight tickets.

She stated it was “the very best day ever” and concluded, “WHY AM I SO CREEPY.”

Should Netflix do something about it versus this show or its creator?