EXCLUSIVE: Jonathan Yaniv accused of trying to share child porn, sexual harassment of minors

On July 22nd, 20-year-old Jessica Rumpel provided The Post Millennial with evidence of explosive allegations of the sexual interference she experienced as a young teen at the hands of Jonathan “Jessica” Yaniv.

Yaniv, a transgender person, has recently come under fire for a series of controversial human rights tribunal suits [they] have filed against 16 B.C estheticians, alleging discrimination for refusing to provide services to Yaniv’s male genitals.

In the aftermath of Rumpel’s bravery, two new victims have come forward, and, as unbelievable as it might be, their intersecting stories are even more shocking.

Twenty-year-old Ashley Smith of Ontario, whose name is being altered due to trauma and for the protection of her work and family, says she was victimized when, like Rumpel, she was a teen.

Ashley was just 14.

A superfan of the teen-pop group Cimorelli, Smith met Yaniv in 2013 on the band’s Facebook. “I had commented something and [Yaniv] replied back.” Smith says, “I thought it was the other girl who worked for them, Arielle, but Yaniv clarified that it was [them] instead and added me on Facebook, Twitter, and Skype.”