12 child sex predators including one Disney employee have been arrested in Polk County, Florida.

Twelve men, including a Disney employee, were arrested in Polk County, Florida for attempting to solicit children online for sex.

The twelve suspects all engaged in coercive and lewd behavior towards undercover cops whom they believed to be young children on the internet, and one suspect even road his bike 10 miles to try and meet the “child.”

Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd addressed the media about the horrific individuals they caught from “as far away as Michigan.” Sheriff Grady Judd told horrific stories about the child predators including giving explicit details of the Disney bus driver.


Facing a total of 49 felonies between them all, including traveling to meet a minor for sex, attempted lewd battery, and use of a computer to seduce a child, the suspects are currently being held in jail across several counties.

One suspect, Zachary Hudson, is a Disney-employed bus driver.

“What would an operation be — either a pornography investigation or predator operation or human trafficking operation — without a Disney employee? We always have a Disney employee,” Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said of Hudson’s arrest.

Zachary Hudson, Disney employee arrested for attempting to engage in sexual activities with a minor

Hudson was notably in uniform at the time of his arrest.

This is the newest but certainly not the only controversy involving Disney employees being accused of predatory or grooming behavior.

Given the recent history of the company, constantly pushing LGBT identity on children, supporting sexualization of minors and exposing young children to drag, and challenging the anti-grooming Parental Rights in Education Bill in Florida, signed into law by Governor DeSantis, it is hard to be surprised when they hire child predators.

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