- Brett Blomme served as CEO of LGBT organisation ‘Cream City Foundation’ which sponsored Drag Queen Story Hour events.
- According to his LinkedIn profile, prior to becoming a Judge Brett served as the president and CEO of the drag queen story hour foundation until August 2020.
- He has been charged with seven counts of possessing child pornography
- DQSH states that their relationship with Cream City Foundation was only financial
To view a full description of Brett’s work history you can find his Linkedin profile here.
After being charged with seven counts of possessing child pornography, he has now lost his position at the foundation.
A quote from The Washington Times states “The criminal complaint charges that Judge Blomme uploaded as many as 27 images and videos from a home he owns in Cottage Grove, in Dane County.” He uploaded this content via a messaging platform called ‘Kik’, which is widely known by law enforcement as a place for paedophile activity.
Drag Queen Story Hour (DQSH) Executive Director Jonathan Hamilt issued a statement to Fox News regarding the charges against Brett Blomme saying “Drag Queen Story Hour wishes to make clear: while Cream City Foundation has served as DQSH Milwaukee’s fiscal sponsor (allowing DQSH Milwaukee to receive funds as a non-profit), the relationship is strictly financial: Cream City Foundation does not direct or influence the content of our programming, and Brett Blomme has never held a position within DQSH Milwaukee nor participate directly in planning, organizing, or hosting any of our events”.
Last updated 27/03/2021
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