Meta fires gay Facebook executive caught in child sex sting

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Meta has fired its Manager of Community Development, Jeren Andrew Miles, who allegedly sent sexually explicit texts to a 13-year-old boy and planned to meet up with him at a later date.

According to Post Millennialthe high-level staff was caught during an amateur undercover sting operation in Columbus, Ohio, with a video of the encounter being posted to YouTube channel “Predator Catchers Indianapolis” on Wednesday.

Miles, 35, of Palm Springs California, was said to have been busted in a hotel, where he agreed to grant an interview to the channel.

Journalist Andy Ngo also shared the video in which the anti-paedophile group interrogated Miles.

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In the video, Miles can be heard admitting to sending sexually-explicit messages to the boy he said he believed to be 13 years old.

However, he said, he was merely “flirting” and “talking” with the teenager and had no plans to meet up with him.

Later on, he can be heard admitting to giving the teenager “information” and “location” where they could meet up.

After the video was released, Miles, who serves as a member of the board of directors for LGBTQ+ group, Equality California, deleted his social media accounts on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

A spokesman for Meta, Facebook’s parent company, told The Daily Caller that Miles is “no longer with the company.”

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