A grand jury in Tyler County, Texas, has indicted the company on the charge of “promotion of lewd visual material depicting a child”.
Netflix has defended the controversial film Cuties after it emerged the streaming giant is facing a criminal charge in Texas over the movie’s allegedly “lewd” depiction of children.
The film became a target of protesters after Netflix admitted it had used “inappropriate artwork” to market it on the streaming platform.
The indictment claims Cuties appeals to the “prurient interest in sex” and the material holds “no serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value”.
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