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By Erica Tempesta For Dailymail. Netflix 's new ballet drama Tiny Little Things is facing backlash over its 'explicit' and 'obscenely unnecessary' sex scenes featuring teenage characters following the show's premiere this week. The teen series follows elite ballerina Neveah Stroyer Kylie Jefferson as she navigates the cutthroat competition at the fictional Archer School of Ballet in Chicago after replacing the academy's star student — who was pushed to her death from a rooftop. The show is based on the young adult novel Tiny Pretty Things and its sequel Shiny Broken Pieces by Sona Charaipotra and Dhonielle Clayton, but many fans of the books have been asking the same question about the adaptation: Why are there so many sex scenes? Plot: The teen drama follows elite ballerina Neveah Stroyer, played by Kylie Jefferson left , as she navigates the cutthroat competition at the Archer School of Ballet in Chicago.

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By Emily Crane For Dailymail. A year-old black man in South Carolina was forced to stand naked in his yard as police held him at gunpoint after he peeked outside his door when he heard the officers searching for teenagers suspected of breaking into cars. Jethro DeVane is now suing the city of Rock Hill and its police department over the June ordeal that he says left him embarrassed and fearing for his life. One of the officers cursed at him, told him not to close the door and then ordered DeVane out of his home, the lawsuit says.

Netflix series Tiny Pretty Things slammed over 'obscene' sex scenes with teens

AP — A year-old Black man in South Carolina was embarrassed and feared for his life when a police officer looking for teens who might have been breaking into cars held him outside naked and at gunpoint after he peeked out his door to check on the disturbance, the man said in a lawsuit. Mentesana orders DeVane to stand outside his home naked at 4 a. He had the weapon.
A year-old Black man in South Carolina was embarrassed and feared for his life when a police officer looking for teens who might have been breaking into cars held him outside naked and at gunpoint after he peeked out his door to check on the disturbance, the man said in a lawsuit. Mentesana orders DeVane to stand outside his home naked at 4 a. The officer held the gun to DeVane's head for 90 seconds as other officers looked through his home, according to the lawsuit.