From the ages of 6-years-old to nearly 12, I was sexually abused by Hollywood director and producer Victor Salva. I starred as a child actor in two of his films, “Something in the Basement” and “Clownhouse.”
Once my abuse was made known, Victor Salva was arrested on 11 counts ranging from child sexual abuse to possessing child pornography.
He was ultimately convicted of four of those counts.
Though he was sentenced to three years in prison, he never served one day doing hard time. Instead, he spent 15 months in a treatment center.
When Salva was free from treatment he found more work in Hollywood including making the Disney film “Powder” and the “Jeepers Creepers” franchise.
My life was destroyed while Victor Salva continued to work in Hollywood and was rewarded for it.
Victor has been telling other people’s stories since becoming a registered sex offender nearly 30 years ago.
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Seen better, I give 3 stars because they could do without feeding into the attacks of others. Learn to ignore them and move on.
Love how you guys exposed Americas Taken. Geraldine Phifer is a drug addict and convicted child abuser. I tried to warn people for years and just got attacked by Mark Mumma & Geraldine Phifer. They threatened to kill me 3 years ago.
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Great talent exposing evil while using his talents as an actor. That’s new and attractive to the minds of those who watch the shows. Glad to see Stolen teaming up with Hollywood child actor Nathan Winters from the movie Clownhouse. Props to Nathan for convicting Victor Salva (Producer of Jeepers Creepers) of sexual molestation. You John, Nathan & Bobby are a true inspiration to us all. Love u.
No one says it better
I have always loved John Anderson and his team. The best exposure of criminals ever. This is well needed. God knows STOLEN has helped me stay safe since the started in 2009.
Keep up the great work.