Richard Rierson, Celebrity Podcast Host, Arrested for Child Pornography Crimes


Dose of leadershipRichard Rierson, a podcast host, was charged with child pornography in Kansas on May 26, 2012. Rierson’s podcast featured interviews with Matthew McConaughey (actor), Oliver Stone (director), and Bill Cowher (former NFL coach). Shark TankBarbara Corcoran is the host, along with many other leaders. Rierson’s podcast can still be found on Apple PodcastsAlthough the Twitter page promoting the show no longer exists.

Rierson was stopped in Witchita while he was driving. He was being investigated by the Exploited and Missing Child Unit. Matthew Lynch said Rierson, 53 years old, was charged with 23 counts of child sexual exploitation. Rierson was not charged in either the Kansas county district court nor Kansas federal court. Rierson has not yet made public statements about his arrest.

The podcast host was detained A statute as follows:, “possessing any visual depiction of a child under 18 years of age shown or heard engaging in sexually explicit conduct with intent to arouse or satisfy the sexual desires or appeal to the prurient interest of the offender or any other person.”Rierson, who is also a pilot, served in the U.S. Marine Corps before launching his podcast. According to his LinkedIn profile. Rierson was the one who made the Witchita Business JournalHis 40 Under 40 list was created in 2007, when he was an executive at a hotel.

Rierson’s podcast can be described as “the ultimate leadership resource of inspiring and educational interviews with relevant and motivating leaders; real-life leadership & influence experts who dedicate their lives to the pursuit of the truth, common sense, and courageous leadership.”On May 23, the most recent podcast was released. In January, he interviewed Stone. McConaughey was promoting his memoir when Rierson spoke to him in January 2020. Greenlights.

A separate, but unrelated case involving child sexual abuse material was closed late last month. Josh Duggar was sentenced to over 12 years in prison after he was convicted on federal receiving and possessing child pornography. Duggar, who was originally arrested in Arkansas in April 2021, was tried and convicted in December. TLC’s The Duggar Project featured him. 19 Kids and CountingTLC continued to feature he and his family on its programs inCounting On.

Contact the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656–HOPE (4673) if you have been victim to sexual assault.