An Antifa leader has been exposed as a child abuser, and is now threatening to dox journalists who exposed his crimes to the public.
Breaking: Christian Exoo, a NY antifa member, sent a cease & desist letter to the Torch Antifa Network, a network of antifa cells, demanding they remove a statement accusing him of abuse. The network gave in immediately fearing their IDs & criminal conspiracies would be revealed. pic.twitter.com/xYPVAT3WZ0
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) November 7, 2021
Antifa terrorist Christian Exoo, who calls himself “AntiFash Gordon” on Twitter, has sent a cease and desist letter to the “Torch Antifa Network,” ordering them to keep quiet about claims of child abuse made against him by a former housemate.
Back in April of 2021, the Torch Antifa Network issued a statement distancing themselves from Exoo.
In the statement, they cited claims from several victims that have come forward to allege that Exoo exhibited a pattern of emotional, physical, and sexual abuse.
The cease and desist letter from Exoo states that the Torch Antifa Network had three days after receiving the letter to “remove the false and defamatory statements from your websites and Twitter accounts. If these are not removed, I will file a lawsuit under N.Y. C.P.L.R. 215(3), and exercise my rights to collect a judgement based on any damages awarded by the court.”
Responding to the cease and desist letter, the Torch Antifa Network announced that they would be complying with Exoo’s request to remove their letter about his alleged abuse and everything related to it, citing the need to protect the Antifa members named in the letter from public identification and harm.
In a desperate attempt to dispel the abuse allegations against him, Exoo posted a ranting 87-part Twitter thread claiming that the Torch Network’s statement was part of a smear campaign against him by several former associates.
“I am publicly calling for accountability from the Torch Network members involved in the publication of this statement, and from anyone who signed. You are helping an abusive ex-girlfriend stalk me, damaging my organizing and mental health, and putting my safety at risk,” the Antifa leader said in part of the thread.
1/ Let’s talk. https://t.co/HSr1smii8U
I’m being stalked by Elizabeth King and “Codi,”an abusive ex-girlfriend who stole $4000 from me in Sept. 2020, then started claiming I was abusive in Nov. when I wouldn’t get back together. These allegations are literally made up. pic.twitter.com/es3DmQ2dT8
— AntiFash Gordon (@AntiFashGordon) November 7, 2021