Woman ‘Took $3,000 From CNN Producer To Transport Child For Sex’


This is the Nevada woman accused of flying a nine year-old girl across the country so a CNN producer could allegedly sexually abuse the youngster while she joined in.

Police in Henderson, Nevada, arrested 48-year-old Heather Carriker in August 2020 on two counts of child abuse, two counts of sexual assault against a child under 14 and one count of lewdness with a minor under 14, according to 8NewsNow.

Her mugshot was obtained by the network on Wednesday, days after CNN producer John Griffin, 44, was named as the suspected pedophile she is accused of supplying a child victim to.

Between June and July 2020, Griffin, of Stamford, Connecticut, allegedly transferred $3,350 to Carriker to fly with a child from Nevada to Boston.

According to court documents, after landing at Boston Logan International Airport in July 2020, Carriker and the nine-year-old girl were picked up by Griffin in his red Tesla and driven to his ski cabin in Ludlow, Vermont, more than 140 miles away.

‘At the house, [the child] was directed to engage in, and did engage in, unlawful sexual activity,’ federal prosecutors said in the news release.

Carriker also allegedly said that she had brought along several sex toys and used them with Griffin, with the child also participating in the adult activities, reported

Henderson police stated that they launched an investigation into Carriker last year, after a witness found text messages and photos on the woman’s cellphone that raised concerns, reported Las Vegas Review-Journal.

The criminal investigation reportedly has uncovered that Carriker and Griffin engaged in BDSM, and that the nine-year-old child was forced to take part in the sexual activity.

Carriker initially denied any wrongdoing, but she later admitted that the nine-year-old photographed her ‘to document the progress of bruising [Carriker] received during consensual play with her boyfriend.’ She is due back in court December 22.

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A federal grand jury in Vermont in Friday indicting Griffin with three counts of using a facility of interstate commerce to attempt to entice minors to engage in unlawful sexual activity.

According to that earlier indictment, from April to July of 2020, Griffin, who had worked at CNN for nearly eight years, used the messaging apps Kik and Google Hangouts to communicate with people purporting to be parents of young daughters, telling them, among other things, that a ‘woman is a woman regardless of her age,’ that women are ‘the dirtiest s… (Read more)

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