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Breaking news: counter strike video game created has arrested

 Breaking news: counter strike video game created has arrested 

Jess Cliffe-Counter Strike game creator

Prosecutors say Jess Cliffe, the co-maker of the computer game Counter-Strike who was captured for sexual abuse of a youngster, paid a minor to have intercourse with him in 2017 and recorded her without wanting to.

Cliffe, who was set on leave from Valve Corporation where he filled in as an originator, professedly met a young lady on, a site that "conveys another path for connections to shape and develop," as per the site. "Sugar Babies and Sugar Daddies or Mommas both get what they need, when they need it."

The young lady, now 16, told agents she spoke with Cliffe by means of instant message and another message stage, for example, Snapchat. The case began last May when the King County Sheriff's Office gotten a Child Protective Services referral.

The teenager told specialists that Cliffe would lift her up and drop her off at a crossing point close to her Seattle home.

She "revealed meeting with Jess A. Cliffe to have intercourse for cash no less than three separate circumstances, and that each time she was paid $300 for 60 minutes," as indicated by a reasonable justification report. "She additionally revealed that on the last event while occupied with sex acts with Jess A. Cliffe at his home, he endeavored to and effectively video recorded bits of their session against her assent."

Youngster's meeting with criminologists

The high schooler disclosed to investigators the Cliffe made a reference to experimenting with his new telephone camera, yet she was sickened by the thought and said no. When she understood he was recording, she didn't state anything out of dread, the high schooler told specialists.

In transit home, she requested that Cliffe not post the video and he concurred, as indicated by court records.

Cliffe purportedly told the teenager that their course of action through "was actually lawful as he was paying her for her opportunity," as indicated by the examination record.

"Now, (the high schooler) needed to call attention to that it was illicit to be in control of kid erotica (in reference to the video he had recently taken), however ruled against it as to not agitated him notwithstanding the way that [she] couldn't be sure that he knew about her actual age of 16 years."

Criminologists served a court order to for Cliffe's data. At the point when the high schooler was giving his photograph in a lineup, she said she was 80 percent certain he was the man who paid her to engage in sexual relations with him at his West Seattle home.

Cliffe met with criminologists late Wednesday at the Southwest Precinct. He conceded grabbing a date and taking part in sex acts in which he paid her for her opportunity, police said. He was captured there and set up for the King County Jail at 1:17 a.m. the next morning.

Lawyer: Cliffe 'was similarly as surprised as anybody'

Cliffe's lawyer Zachary C. Wagnild said he's totally participating with the examination, and noticed that he drove himself to the police area.

There were no discourses about her age, and to Cliffe's learning the video did not flow anyplace, the lawyer said.

Cliffe, who is on leave from his activity in Bellevue, moved on from Virginia Tech with a degree in Management Science. As a novice photographic artist, he likewise took pictures for his side interest site, which proceeded until 2012. That site posted high-determination photographs of old Seattle, and Cliffe posted present day photographs with his Canon EOS 200D Digital Rebel Xti.

"We are as yet learning subtle elements of what really happened," Valve Corporation representative Doug Lombardi said Thursday evening in an email. "Reports recommend he has been captured for a crime offense. Thusly we have suspended his work until the point that we know more."

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