Singer Madonna Accused of ‘Human Trafficking and Social Experiments’ by Ethiopian World Federation

A recent petition from the Ethiopian World Federation has called for an investigation into pop star Madonna and her charity organization, “Raising Malawi,” over allegations of child trafficking.

The petition, addressed to Malawi’s President Lazarus Chakwera, claims that the charity, founded by Madonna in 2006, has been used as a front for “human trafficking and social experiments” on vulnerable African children.

The Federation has also called for restrictions on Madonna’s access to Africa and African children until a thorough investigation can be conducted into potential issues such as “sex exploitation, sexual slavery, adoption reversal, threat of coercion, fraud, deception and abuse of power or vulnerability,” according to a report from WION, an Indian multinational English language news website headquartered in New Delhi.

The petition references a book written by Madonna in 1992, titled “SEX,” which the Federation claims includes “adult content including softcore pornography and simulations of sexual acts including sadomasochism.”

The petition also states that “Gay porn stars were photographed in pornographic pictures with Madonna performing vulgar sex acts with the same sex which should have been disclosed during her adoption case in 2006 in Lilongwe, Malawi.”

“Madonna had to sign a contract that forbade the book from including images of child pornography, bestiality, or religious imagery. Shortly after signing that agreement, Madonna founded a company called Maverick, a partnership with Time Warner. She now holds total artistic control over any work released by Maverick, who is now the book’s publisher. The agreement she signed with Time Warner with the sexually explicit content in the book was null and void,” the petition goes on to say.

In response to these allegations, Madonna has denied any wrongdoing.

The singer’s team provided the following statement: “Madonna has been honored to support the children of Malawi for over a decade and will continue to do so. These false allegations are an unfortunate distraction and Madonna’s team will vigorously defend her reputation and the reputation of Raising Malawi.”

Back in December, The New York Post reported that Madonna appeared in social media posts wearing lingerie with her four children during a holiday celebration.

“The queen of pop shared a sultry video to the site Monday which showed her clad in lacy black lingerie while gazing seductively at the camera,” the report stated. “The clip — which was set to her own flirty 1987 version of the classic track ‘Santa Baby’ — had obvious racy overtones, before it bizarrely concluded with a photo of Madonna alongside her four youngest children.”