Over the years, many ladies have used the avenue of social media to air their stories about s3xual abuse or harassment.
The odd thing is that most of these women rarely if ever file police reports on such an important and weighty issue. This past weekend a male singer was accused again of alleged s3xual abuse.
The thing is this-this particular artiste has been accused several times in the past over the same allegation several times in the past by other women.
This is the reason I am writing this article. It seems like a pattern is forming concerning this particular artiste. If the allegations are true, then he should face the full force of the law.
But sadly how can he, if the people who have been abused don't file police reports? I understand that filing a police report can sometimes be a tough ask for many abuse victims.
But my only issue is that most of the ladies who have accused this artiste of s3xually abusing them had the courage to go online and accuse him of the horrible crime.
Methinks that going to file a police report would be much easier than going to social media to accuse someone.
I might be wrong in my assessment but I believe that any person who s3xually abuses another, should be removed from our streets as quickly as possible.
Social media justice isn't effective long-term as some bad actors keep on offending as the courts can't intervene until a criminal or civil case is filed, something some of these women can institute if they filed police reports.
What worries me is that by not filing a police report, a situation like R Kelly's, Bill Cosby's or Harvey Weinstein's might be happening in front of our very eyes.
I might be wrong but I believe the only way to deal with s3xual offenders of these type is to build a case each time it happens.
That means filing a police record immediately any nonsense happens from a s3xual abuser.
That way, it makes it easier to prosecute that person and save other women from their potential clutches.
But I could be wrong.