Georgie Porgie Accused of Sexual Misconduct in Latest #MeToo Scandal
Amidst a flurry of allegations accusing Georgie Porgie of sexual assault, the disgraced children’s nursery rhyme character (sometimes referred to by the nickname “Pudding and Pie”) deleted his Twitter and Instagram accounts Wednesday morning.
The first allegation was shared via Twitter on Sunday evening, followed by a stream of nearly identical statements from dozens of Porgie’s alleged victims in the following days. The accusations detailed how Porgie — then in grade school — targeted groups of girls on the playground when no boys were present. He allegedly chased his victims down one by one, kissed the girls, and made them cry.
A source confirmed via email that he witnessed Porgie’s actions from afar on multiple occasions, and that Porgie seemingly knew what he was doing was wrong:
“Porgie had no issue terrorizing those poor girls day after day when he thought he wouldn’t face any consequences. He knew the girls were weaker than him. But when the boys came out to play, Georgie Porgie ran away.
That’s fucked up, man.”
At press time, Porgie refused to answer requests for comment.