Friendlyjordies video about sex in Parliament House prayer room is removed from YouTube

Friendlyjordies video about sex in Parliament House prayer room is removed from YouTube 2
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Bombshell video by YouTube star making allegations about gay sex in the prayer room at Parliament House is DELETED over a defamation complaint

  • friendlyjordies YouTube video about gay sex acts in Parliament is taken down
  • Video deleted over defamation complaint alleging the report made false claims 
  • Friendlyjordies – real name Jordan Shanks – vowed to fight and claims censorship
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A video by YouTube star friendlyjordies making allegations about gay sex acts in the prayer room at Parliament House has been removed over a defamation complaint.

The comedian and commentator, real name Jordan Shanks, made a series of claims about sex acts in Canberra’s corridors of power in a clip published earlier this week.  

However the clip was removed from YouTube altogether on Wednesday afternoon, replaced with the simple message: ‘This content is not available on this country domain due to a defamation complaint’. 

A video by YouTube star friendlyjordies making allegations about gay sex acts at Parliament House has been pulled down over a defamation complaint

A video by YouTube star friendlyjordies making allegations about gay sex acts at Parliament House has been pulled down over a defamation complaint

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The comedian and commentator, real name Jordan Shanks, made a series of claims about sex acts in Parliament House prayer room, seen here

The comedian and commentator, real name Jordan Shanks, made a series of claims about sex acts in Parliament House prayer room, seen here

Mr Shanks claimed he had been censored by a tech giant, however it is understood a formal complaint has been made on the grounds the contents of the video were both false and defamatory.  

Mr Shanks said he ‘won’t be silenced’ by the action.  

‘The specifics of the complaint and the complainant are unknown to us,’ he tweeted.

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‘It’s extremely wrong to have a public interest story censored right before an election. 

‘We will be taking action. Update coming soon.’

Independent NSW state MP Helen Dalton retweeted the YouTube star’s post and added: ‘I wonder how easy it is for ordinary members of the public to get YouTube to delete videos about them?’

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The video about the alleged gay sex acts in the corridors of power at Canberra's Parliament House, seen here, was pulled down after a formal complaint that it was false and defamatory

The video about the alleged gay sex acts in the corridors of power at Canberra’s Parliament House, seen here, was pulled down after a formal complaint that it was false and defamatory

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