Apps in the Metaverse are allowing children to experience inappropriate context, a BBC investigation has concluded. A researcher from the public broadcasting corporation posed as a 13-year-old girl in the virtual-reality VRChat app and witnessed grooming, sexual material, racism and a rape threat. 

The researcher for BBC News used VRChat and signed up with the minimum possible age of 13 but was still able to visit virtual-reality rooms where avatars were simulating sex. The journalist was shown sex toys and condoms while being propositioned by several adult males.

She also witnessed racism, a rape threat and grooming.

One user told the BBC researcher that avatars can “get naked and do unspeakable things” while others spoke about “erotic role-play.” The Metaverse app allows kids to mingle freely with adults.

VRChat offers users the chance to meet as 3D avatars in a variety of rooms including innocent places like a McDonald’s restaurant and in not-so-innocuous settings such as pole-dancing and strip clubs.

The researcher used a Meta Quest headset, developed by Mark Zuckerberg’s Meta company, formerly known as Facebook. While VRChat is not made by the social media giant, it can be downloaded from an app store on a Meta Quest headset. There are no age checks and registration only requires a Facebook account. 

The BBC researcher had signed up using a fake account.

Andy Burrows from the NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children) told the BBC that improvements in online safety must be a matter of urgency.

Burrows labeled the BBC’s findings as “extraordinary.” “This is a product that is dangerous by design, because of oversight and neglect. We are seeing products rolled out without any suggestion that safety has been considered,” he said, blasting the lack of consideration for children and the harm it may cause them.

Meta claims it has the capacity to lock people out of its apps and is looking to make safety improvements “as it learns how people interact in these spaces.”

Zuckerberg is one of a number of tech moguls who believe that the future of the internet is in virtual spaces where people can live an entirely virtual life, conducting both work and leisure activities.

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5 thoughts on “Undercover BBC Reporter Posed As 13-Year Old Girl Allowed Into Racy Metaverse Strip Club”
  1. This is SICK in so many ways. What are these tech people trying to do? They are sick and trying to destroy any type of morality. Not sure but Zuckerberg reminds me of Caniglia who, was a perverted madman. He even looks like him! He has got to be stopped!!!!!!

    1. Is it really true. I believe little that comes out of Abbott’s mouth. He reminds me of an attention seeking Borderline disorder mental case. Always saying what HE CAN DO, it’s ME ME ME & MORE ME or running down our president. Thus said, a 13 y/o can dress up, slap on a lot of makeup, then look 20-22+. Saw that with the teenage prositutes returning for years bringing Epstein friend after friend, then hollering he abused me, I’m only a child.

  2. Zuck is a sick person who is so greedy that he will close his eyes to such filth. He may not have made the app but you better believe that he approved it. Why won’t he go to China and take all his sick businesses with him.

  3. Abbot is always trying to find something that makes his lieing ass look good, Trump supporting lieing believer in The Steal, & supporter of the insurrection. This guys a phony & he need as Willie Nelson said to a group of thousands & put in a song “ VOTE HEM OUT VOTE HEM OUT”

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