The family of a Loudoun County high school student who was allegedly raped in the school bathroom has kept a law firm representing them in a lawsuit against the school district.
“Lawyers for the Stone Bridge High School student who were raped in the girls’ homes on May 28 by a self-proclaimed ‘female fluid’ boy today have announced that they will take legal action against Loudoun County under the auspices of Title IX,” China said, sent to Fox News from Stanley Law Group in Virgin.
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“Rape by our enduring daughter should not happen to any young girl, or any child, going to public school,” Jess and Scott Smith are quoted as saying in the newspaper about their guilt and guilt for beating their daughter.
Their lawyer, Bill Stanley, added that the alleged beating of Smith’s daughter was “disgusting.”
“The experience of Mr. and Mrs. Smith and their daughter in Loudoun County is disgusting and unacceptable. It is a dream that no family should endure, but what happened twice in Loudoun Schools in the same year with the same offender. This is horrible,” he told the newspaper.
The law firm will also represent Scott Smith on charges of “unconstitutional and unconstitutional” charges against him in the District Court.
Smith was found guilty of misconduct and refusing to be arrested in August after he was arrested at a school board meeting on June 22 in a media outlet posted on social media.
Smith said earlier this week that the county had tried to cover up the alleged sexual abuse of their daughter, which was explained in a Daily Wire article on the subject.
Prior to Smith’s arrest at a June 22 board meeting, Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Superintendent Scott Ziegler stated that “the beast eats the female child when the person is not present,” and that to his knowledge, “we have no record of attacks taking place in our restrooms,” according to The Daily Wire .
The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to Fox News earlier this week that there had been a two-month investigation into the May 28 alleged sexual assault at the school before their arrest.
“We can confirm the case of May 28, 2021 which included a two-month investigation that was conducted to determine the truth of this matter before it was arrested,” the sheriff’s office told Fox News. “The matter is still pending in court. The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office has not been able to provide any documents related to the case pending.”
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“We will fight the unjustified and unconstitutional charges against Mr. Smith in the district court. We will protect the interests of his daughter at all times during the trial. And, we follow the actions of Federal Title IX against the local government and all officials.” Who is responsible for allowing this tragedy to come to Smith’s daughter, “Stanley said in a statement.
When they arrived to speak, Loudoun County Public Schools told Fox News it did not comment on the pending legislation.