Lilo and Stitch Has a Glitch as Disney Shows Sex Film

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The man and woman hav­ing sex on a Dis­ney Chan­nel sure weren’t Lilo or Stitch.

The kids wanted to see Lilo and Stitch,” said Fairview, North Car­olina res­i­dent Georgie Brown. She has a five-year-old son, a three-year-old daugh­ter, and a son who is almost two.

She’d recorded the movie from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Sep­tem­ber 7 on one of Dish Network’s Dis­ney Chan­nel outlets.

Three morn­ings after­ward, she turned on the record­ing for her kids to watch while worked in a room nearby.

Around a minute into the record­ing, Brown said, an alert box appeared, stat­ing that “part of the recorded event has been lost due to sig­nal loss.”

Then the pic­ture pix­i­lated. After­ward came video of a man and woman hav­ing sex.

The offend­ing mate­r­ial con­tin­ued for another six min­utes before another mes­sage about a sig­nal loss appeared on the screen and the Dis­ney movie returned, she said.

Brown said that she was work­ing in her kitchen when she real­ized the sounds issu­ing from the tube weren’t the sounds of Disney.

I just heard things that prob­a­bly shouldn’t be on Lilo or Stitch,” she said. “My first thought was the chil­dren have changed the channel.”

But they hadn’t, and the six min­utes of porn was recorded within the movie, Brown said.

If you can imag­ine Mag­gie Simp­son sit­ting on a sofa watch­ing porn, that was him just sit­ting there suck­ing his paci­fier kind of clue­less,” Brown said about her youngest child.

My five-year-old grabbed his ears and ran out of the room scream­ing, ‘I didn’t do it,’ and the three-year-old was sit­ting there crying.”

The video was so explicit that nei­ther the Dis­ney Chan­nel nor FOX Car­olina, which reported the story, are allowed to air it.

An infor­ma­tion page from the movie that Brown recorded made it clear that it was 2002’s “Lilo and Stitch,” and that it was rated PG.

I’ve been in the TV indus­try for 15 years, and I’ve never once seen that,” said David Guttey, a con­trac­tor for Dish Net­work, who exam­ined Brown’s receiver. “It kind of had me astonished.”

He doesn’t blame Brown for the sud­den appear­ance of the sex­u­ally explicit video. “If they would have stopped one and started another, it would have set up another record­ing, and it wouldn’t have just fol­lowed on through.”

Accord­ing to Guttey, it’s pos­si­ble that any­one who saw the pro­gram Sep­tem­ber 7 saw the six-minutes of porn, too.

Brown’s still wait­ing for answers from Dish Net­work. In the mean­time, she’s explain the facts of life to her children.

When I told [them] you guys were com­ing and to talk about the tele­vi­sion, they mim­ic­ked the action and sound back to me, and they’re only three and five,” said Brown, who called Dish Net­work to report the incident.

We have tech­nol­ogy in place to help ensure we deliver the con­tent that sub­scribers want to watch. We are work­ing with var­i­ous part­ners and our cus­tomers to bet­ter under­stand what occurred,” the net­work said in a statement.

Dis­ney has not returned calls from FOX Car­olina seek­ing a statement.

[Via Fox Car­olina —]

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