INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky says it no longer employs a worker who was secretly videotaped discussing sexual role-playing with a woman she thought was 15 years old.
Planned Parenthood issued a statement Thursday saying the video does not reflect its standards or training protocols, "and this staff member is no longer employed at PPINK." The statement did not say whether the worker resigned or was fired.
WTHR-TV reports the video was released by the anti-abortion group Live Action. Live Action also produced videos secretly recorded inside Planned Parenthood clinics in 2008 that led to the dismissal of two employees at that time.
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