During Barack and Michelle Obama’s time in the White House, they made it clear that nothing was more important to them than making connections to members of the Hollywood elite. Now, this has come back to bite their daughter Malia in a huge way.

Mad World News reported that last year, Barack and Michelle tried to strengthen their ties with Hollywood by having their daughter Malia work for A-list producer Harvey Weinstein. Thanks to the actions of her parents, the teenage Malia has now found herself thrust headfirst into the Weinstein sex scandal.

When the Weinstein Company recently filed for bankruptcy, a series of court documents were released that included a list of people the company owed money. 19 year-old Malia was on that list.

Malia was only 17 years-old when she began working for Weinstein. His sexual indiscretions were an open secret in the circles the Obamas socialized in, yet they still sent their daughter right into the lion’s den. The former president accepted $45,000 in financial donations from Weinstein, as well as over $500,000 in bundled donations, and he even allowed the perverted producer to visit his Oval Office on occasion. The Canada Free Press stated that during his presidency, Obama reserved Wednesday nights to host parties attended by Hollywood celebrities.

“In other words, the former president felt comfortable in the companionship of celebrities,” the publication reported. “Was Malia raised to feel comfortable around daddy’s celebrity friends, too? Strange that Obama Hollywood pals like Tom Hanks, George Clooney et al never mentioned rumors about Weinstein to him before Malia went off to work for him.”

Some Twitter users have been brave enough to slam the Obamas as parents for allowing their daughter to be around Weinstein:

If Donald Trump had his daughter Tiffany work for Weinstein, it would be all over the mainstream media. However, since it was the Obamas who did this, virtually nobody reported on it.

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