Controversial YouTube r David Dobrik is under fire for a sketch that a participant is now calling a sexual assault, and for seeming to brag about it after the fact. Dobrik's "Vlog Squad" has had a rotating cast of YouTube pranksters and provocateurs over the years, including Seth Francois. Earlier this month, Francois spoke out about the prank that led him to leave the Vlog Squad and left him "traumatized. He talked about a prank where Dobrik tricked him into making out with Jason Nash — a year-old comedian often used as the punchline in Dobrik's gags. The video is now gone from the internet, but Dobrik described it in his own words in a clip from the Views podcast, which is now going viral.
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The domino effect of former Vlog Squad member Seth Francois's shocking allegations against David Dobrik and the Vlog Squad continues to run its course. In a revelatory interview with Ethan and Hila Klein on the H3H3 podcast, Francois recounted his traumatizing experience of being forced by Dobrik to make out with year-old Jason Nash without consent. Seth Francois described how David made him do racial stereotype jokes on vlogs and set him up to kiss Jason Nash without his consent, which caused Seth to leave Los Angeles. Francois delved into the disturbing details that preceded the infamous prank make-out video with Nash, revealing the incident to be one of the major reasons that forced him to move to Atlanta from Los Angeles. In the wake of the shocking allegations, more victims have now reportedly come forward, according to Nash's ex Trisha Paytas. The victims are allegedly underage girls. In the clip above from a recent Frenemies podcast episode, Paytas informed Klein about multiple underage girls who have approached her about allegations of sexual assault against Nash and the Vlog Squad members.
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Sexual assault in the American military surged in the last two years, driven almost entirely by a 50 percent increase in assaults on women in uniform, according to a survey released on Thursday by the Defense Department. That was an increase of 38 percent from the previous survey in The issue took on added political visibility in March when Senator Martha McSally, Republican of Arizona, said publicly that she had been raped by a superior officer and had suffered numerous sexual assaults while serving in the Air Force. She has opposed shifting authority over sexual assault cases away from commanders.