A reporter for a Canadian news publication was allegedly attacked on Monday when he confronted transgender activist Jessica Yaniv outside a court house in Canada.
Keean Bexte, a reporter for The Rebel, posted a video of the alleged interaction on Twitter, writing, “J. Yaniv just punched me in the back of the head. Just spoke to police. Luckily there are two security cameras directly overhead at the courthouse. I need an advil.”
“Following Yaniv’s court appearance at the courthouse in Surrey I approached him outside – where filming was allowed. I had one question, I wanted to know if he would be pleading guilty or not,” Bexte told The Daily Wire. “Within several seconds, Yaniv charged me and punched the back of my head while holding me down. Police have been reluctant to charge him before, and so I’m speaking to legal council to figure out my options to make sure this menace sees justice.”
Bexte posted two videos prior to the confrontation that escalated into a physical incident, one of which showed him confronting Yaniv at a different point earlier that day.
Bexte tweeted: “DISGRACEFUL: BC Sheriffs have barred me from the courthouse where Yaniv’s appearance will be in 20 minutes. They say that my being here amounts to harassment. Yaniv has law enforcement wrapped around their finger.”
A little over an hour later, Bexte tweeted, “BC Courthouse Sheriffs prioritize a predator’s (J. Yaniv) ego over a reporter’s right to be in – and report on – an open courtroom of international significance. Yaniv is currently seeking a publication ban, and the sheriffs are happy to assist with that, even in public places.”
Columnist Matt Walsh wrote the following about Yaniv last July:
The saga of Jessica Yaniv, the transgrender predator who is trying to legally force women to touch his penis, features many creepy twists and turns. The very fact that Canada is taking his complaint seriously — actually deliberating over the claim that his human rights were somehow violated when female estheticians declined to wax his testicles — is so ludicrous as to seem satirical. There is a part of me that at first wondered whether Yaniv might be a brilliant and committed satirist, out to expose the inherent absurdity of left-wing gender theory. It turns out, of course, that he is just a repugnant, degenerate creep.
As I wrote yesterday, Yaniv has been surprisingly upfront about his real intentions. He has repeatedly expressed interest in meeting young, menstruating girls in the bathroom, and wondered whether he might have the opportunity to help them with their pads and tampons. He has also reportedly been caught taking pictures of young female beauty pageants at a hotel — an incident so terrifying for the pageant organizer that she threatened to call the cops if he returns. Most disturbing of all, Yaniv wants to have a pool party for kids 12 and over. And he has made two stipulations about this pool event: The kids can be topless, and parents are not allowed to attend.
The latest development is horrifyingly predictable. A woman has come forward, with screenshots, to allege that Yaniv sexually harrassed her online when she was only 15 years old. His alleged comments to her make the skin crawl. Among other things, he requests to see a picture of her used tampon.
Yaniv has also been the subject of widespread mockery, including from comedian Ricky Gervais, who wrote on Twitter: “It’s disgusting that a qualified gynaecologist can refuse to check a lady’s c**k for ovarian cancer. What if her bollocks are pregnant? She could lose the baby. I’m outraged.”