Remove Chris Brown's documentary from Netflix
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Netflix fired Kevin Spacey immediately amid allegations of sexual assault, and have confirmed they have dropped House of Cards after its 6th season.
Disturbingly, Netflix are still, however, playing host to and promoting the documentary of disgraced R&B star Chris Brown, "Welcome to my Life".
Not that you need reminding, but in February 2009, Brown was charged with battery, after he viciously disfigured and busted up then-girlfriend Rihanna's face during an argument.
Two years later, when Brown was doing an interview on Good Morning America and was asked about the assault, he stormed off set and smashed a window in his dressing room.
Since then, there have been many more allegations of violence perpetrated by Brown against women, a charge of robbery and stand off between Brown and the police after threatening a woman with a gun.
This documentary should not be available via Netflix, nor promoted or supported by Netflix.
It's deplorable that an entertainment company as large as Netflix, which also purports to have decent, fair and progressive views, a company that does not stand for those who perpetrate sexual violence, would give platform and a voice to a serial perpetrator of violence against women.
The documentary should be removed by Netflix from all territories.
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