Former Sesame street star and Voice of Elmo star Kevin Clash has reportedly emerge victorious in the child molestation cases filed against him, after a judge ruled that all three accusers had waited too long to file their lawsuits.
According to the legal documents filed in federal court in New York, the judge threw out the lawsuits filed by Sheldon Stephens, Cecil Singleton, Kevin Kiadii and a fourth unnamed accuser— after deciding their cases against Clash had been submitted after the statue of limitations had run out.
“Singleton sued Clash back in 2012 (when he was 23) claiming an adult Clash seduced him when he was 15 years old. Singleton says they had sexual intercourse years later … when Cecil was an adult.
In the documents, the judge explains that the statute of limitations to sue expired 3 years after the accusers turned 18 … therefore, they’re all too late.
Clash resigned from his job with Sesame Street after several men — including Singleton and Kiadii — came forward with allegations of inappropriate sexual relationships.”
So far, Clash has denied any wrongdoing.