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Another cruise ship employee was caught with numerous videos of child pornography

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Another cruise ship employee was caught with numerous videos of child pornography

Tirso Neri, a 44-year-old Filipino Disney Cruise Line employee, was arrested on suspicion of possession of child pornography, marking the third arrest of its kind within the company in recent months. Neri was detained at Port Everglades after U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials found explicit photos and videos of children on his mobile devices during a routine border check.

According to a criminal complaint filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, Neri has been charged with transportation and possession of child pornography. Despite claiming that he saved folders on his phone without looking at their contents before deleting them, authorities discovered material involving minors aged approximately 9 to 16 years old. Neri remains in custody at the Broward jail awaiting judicial processing.

The Disney Cruise Line has responded to the accusations by stating that Neri is no longer with the company in accordance with their zero tolerance policy. However, questions remain about the company’s background check policies and employee training to prevent such incidents.

This is not the first incident within the company. Earlier this year, two other Disney Cruise Line employees were arrested on similar charges, raising concerns about the company’s safety and hiring policies. The recent string of arrests highlights the need for Disney Cruise Line to review and potentially strengthen internal controls and training to prevent individuals with harmful intentions from joining the crew dedicated to family entertainment.

In response to these incidents, Disney Cruise Line has stated that they will take specific actions beyond their zero-tolerance policy to restore public trust and ensure the safety of all passengers, especially children. The international community’s concern grows over the possibility of such behavior going unnoticed within large corporations, emphasizing the importance of rapid action by authorities to prevent sexual crimes against minors.

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