Some parents are calling for the Loudoun County Public Schools superintendent’s job after a teenage boy charged with sexual assault at one school was allowed to transfer to another school, where he was later charged in a second sexual assault.
The first attack was reported inside Stone Bridge High School in late May, where a ninth-grade girl says a boy forcibly sodomized her inside a bathroom.
“This is a really, really difficult time for them,” said Elicia Brand, a spokesperson for the victim’s family. “I mean, their baby was sexually assaulted in the most heinous of ways.”
While the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office was investigating, a Loudoun County School Board meeting devolved into chaos June 22. The victim’s mother is heard on cellphone video telling the crowd what happened.
“My child was raped at school! ” she said.
Behind her, the victim’s father is seen being arrested.
The family says they were provoked by other parents.