A Milwaukee County Children’s Court judge who once served as president of an LGBTQ organization that sponsored Drag Queen Story Time (DQSH) events has been charged with possession of child pornography.
38-year-old Judge Brett Blomme, described by Fox News as a husband with two adopted children, allegedly used the name “DomMasterBB” to upload 27 videos and pictures of child sexual abuse to the messaging app Kik.
He has been charged with seven counts of child pornography possession and is looking at a minimum of 21 years in prison if convicted on each charge.
Bloome’s shocking arrest has captured attention not only because he served as a children’s court judge, as reported by the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, but because he is the former president of the LGBTQ advocacy group Cream City Foundation advertised for DQSH events in Wisconsin that it had sponsored.
Fox News notes the organization has “scrubbed” Blomme’s presence from its website since his arrest.
He has also been suspended without pay from the Wisconsin Supreme Court where he had served since 2020 and had yet to give a plea.
The Sentinel also reported that while court documents indicate his children had not been involved in any sexual exploitation but will be placed elsewhere by Child Protective Services.
DQSH, in a statement to Fox News, firmly placed distance between their organization and Cream City Foundation.
Executive director of DQSH Jonathan Hamlit said they were “deeply saddened and disappointed to learn about the actions of Judge Brett Blomme” and emphasized that the judge had only been a “fiscal sponsor.”
“Drag Queen Story Hour wishes to make clear,” Hamlit stated, “while Cream City Foundation has served as DQSH Milwaukee’s fiscal sponsor (allowing DQSH Milwaukee to receive funds as a non-profit), the relationship is strictly financial: Cream City Foundation does not direct or influence the content of our programming, and Brett Blomme has never held a position within DQSH Milwaukee nor participate directly in planning, organizing, or hosting any of our events.”
Hamlit was also firm that Cream City Foundation was never any way in control of DQSH, would would now be “cutting all ties” with the organization.
“Pedophilia has no place in the LGBT community and no place in society as a whole,” he also firmly stated, explaining that DWSH events are meant to create “safe inclusive spaces for children and their families” and that “All of our in-network drag storytellers are required to have background checks.”
He concluded with the instructions,”If you or anyone you know is the victim of child abuse we ask you reach out to the National Child Abuse Hotline, 1-800-422-4453.”
If it is true that DQSH does indeed require background checks, this has not always been the case, as we have covered on multiple reported instances in the past when they have been accused of featuring known sex offenders as “storytellers.”
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