What began as an attempted kidnapping case has mushroomed into something that horrified even seasoned sex-crime investigators. According to court records, police have uncovered evidence that girls as young as 9 are being bought for sexual servitude in the Bay Area and linked a suspect to a cache of child pornography, evidence of overseas sex tourism, and a stash of hidden video cameras disguised as everyday household objects. That suspect is an Oakland man named Cassidy Lavorini-Doyle, 36, an oral surgeon who currently sits in a Contra Costa County jail awaiting trial on charges of human trafficking, child porn possession, and attempted kidnapping. Over the years, Lavorini-Doyle had offices in Dublin, Oakland, and Pinole, but he was also known to practice while traveling, authorities said. A state registry of dentists indicate he completed his residency a decade ago, at Yale University School of Medicine.
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The Diary of a Teenage Girl is a American comedy-drama film written and directed by Marielle Heller , based on the hybrid novel of the same name by Phoebe Gloeckner. It stars Bel Powley as a year-old girl who becomes sexually active by starting a relationship with her mother's boyfriend. In San Francisco, year-old aspiring cartoonist Minnie begins keeping an audio diary. She is stirred by her awakening sexuality and wants to lose her virginity. She fears she may be unattractive. When Minnie's bohemian mother Charlotte is too busy to go out with her boyfriend Monroe, she suggests he take Minnie out instead.
The accused, identified as Neeraj Kolhi, owns a jute product factory. On Saturday afternoon, he spotted the minor survivor and her eight-year-old brother at a bus stand near Rajouri Garden. They were waiting for a delivery agent. The survivor said that Kolhi tried to drag her brother inside the park.
Young people experimenting with drugs and alcohol is nothing new; however, social networking sites are offering new and dangerous opportunities for adolescents to be exposed to drugs. Teens are uniquely vulnerable to the effects of what they see on social media, as this age group is highly susceptible to peer influences and pressure. Sites like Instagram, Facebook, and Snapchat provide an environment where kids are exposed to famous and normal people alike engaging in risky behaviors involving drugs and alcohol. A study conducted by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University found that teenagers who regularly use popular social media outlets were more likely to drink, use drugs, and buy tobacco than adolescents who either did not use social media or used it less frequently. Researchers found that, compared to nonusers or infrequent users of social media, this group was:.