Creator of Netflix Kids Show Wrote Blog about Stalking and Lusting Over 14-Year-Old Boy
Julia Vickerman, creator of the Netflix’s children’s cartoon show Twelve Forever, once posted a strange blog that detailed her following and fawning over a 14-year-old boy she saw at a fair.
Original screenshots of the since-deleted post on Tumblr, which describes her exploits at the fair alongside an individual named Tony, can be seen here:
pedophilia warning /
so. the creator of twelve forever has a post (that’s still up as of now) basically detailing her infatuation + attempts to get closer with a random 14 year old boy. this was made in 2010, when she was around 25. and she tagged it with ‘pedophilia’. pic.twitter.com/xH31eqyLlJ
— sang 💖💙💜 (@SangledHere) August 31, 2019
“Oh but Tumblr, GUESS who was in line to go on the Sizzler with us?” Vickerman asked on her blog page. “This beautiful androgynous long black-haired emo 14-year-old boy wearing tight black pants and a black t-shirt emblazoned with the name of some band that probably sucks and his lip-injected fake-red-haired mother who looked like a washed up rockstar.”
Her tale got even more twisted and bizarre from there.
“Tony was nice enough to follow this poor boy around the small carnival with me as I tried to sneak photos (none of which turned out well). I knew that my heart would be forever in turmoil unless I at least TRIED to talk to him. Oh GOD if only his mom hadn’t been there,” she wrote.
Vickerman eventually approached the mother and the boy, giving them some tickets to use at the fair as an excuse to approach the child she was drooling over.
“I watched my muse push his dyed black hair behind his ear, exposing EPIC eyebrows, apple still pressed to his lips, say “thank you” and smile,” she wrote, before concluding that this “was the best day ever” and posting the hashtag #pedophile.
She has posted similarly creepy tweets as well:
Twelve Forever debuted on Netflix earlier this year. The show is described as follows by Variety, which noted that Vickerman has a long history of working on animated shows for children.
The series centers on 12-year-old Reggie, whose desire to remain a child is so powerful it creates a fantasy world in which she never has to grow up. She’s joined by her friends Todd and Esther, who visit this amazing world to live out their superhero fantasies and escape the responsibilities of impending adulthood…
“I am beyond excited that ‘Twelve Forever’ has found a home on Netflix,” said Vickerman, best known for her work on “The Powerpuff Girls,” “Clarence” and “Yo Gabba Gabba.” “This is a project that is very close to my heart and we’re so grateful for the opportunity to share Reggie’s world with everyone. Puny and the Cartel have assembled an incredible team of writers and artists and we can’t wait to bring this series to life.”
Although Vickerman is rumored to have been fired from her own show, she still regularly posts clips from the program on her Twitter page where she lists herself as the show’s “Supervising Director.”
The entertainment industry is swimming with convicted and alleged predators, as the content being regularly consumed by children is being crafted by these types of people in a frightening number of instances.