No prosecution for alleged genital exposure at Coeur d’Alene Pride event

COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho — Prosecutors determined no genitalia was exposed during a drag performance at Coeur d’Alene’s PRIDE in the Park and will therefore not prosecute the case.

Video of the performance, as well as an edited video, quickly made the rounds on social media in June.

The City of Coeur d’Alene Prosecuting Attorney’s Office reviewed the videos and reports of the alleged indecent exposure. They determined the unedited video recordings do not depict any exposure of genitalia.

“The allegations of indecent exposure, or other crimes cannot be supported by the evidence. Therefore, prosecution is declined,” Chief Criminal Deputy city Attorney Wes Somerton said in a release.

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