Child-Like Sex Dolls No Longer Legal In Florida


There's a major crackdown on child-like sex dolls which are no longer legal in Florida.

Starting tomorrow, October 1st, a new law takes effect banning the sale or possession of sex dolls with features that are similar to a child's facial and body.

Democratic State Representative Michael Gottlieb of Plantation filed the measure in the House, and Democratic Senator Lauren Book of Plantation filed the measure in the Senate.

The law is aimed at pedophiles and human traffickers.

Anyone nabbed possessing, selling or displaying these dolls initially faces a first-degree misdemeanor.

A second offense is a third-degree felony punishable by up to five years in prison.


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