Nirvana Band Members Sued for Child Exploitation

The famous baby on the cover of Nirvana’s “Nevermind” album – now at the grown-up age of 30, has taken #metoo and snowflake culture to its absurd extreme, and sued the band claiming “sexual exploitation” as a result of the “child porn” photograph.

Spencer Elden is claiming that his parents “never signed a release” authorizing the use of his image for the album cover, according to the BBC. Elden is also claiming that the nude image “constitutes child pornography” even though non-sexualized photos of infants aren’t generally considered child pornography.

The suit argues that the inclusion of the dollar bill on the album’s cover “makes the minor seem like a sex worker”.

“The images exposed Spencer’s intimate body part and lasciviously displayed Spencer’s genitals from the time he was an infant to the present day,” his lawsuit states. Read more…

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