The horrific story of a Loudoun County female student continues. Her family is suing Loudoun County after an alleged cover-up of the sexual assault of their daughter last May. The Stone Bridge High School student was sexually assaulted in the girls’ restroom on May 28 by a boy claiming to be “gender fluid.” News that the boy assaulted another student at a different school in October highlighted the case and put pressure on Loudoun County to clean. The attempted cover-up has angered parents and called attention to the controversial transgender policy the school favors.
The Smiths also repeated their accusation against the schools and school board:
The facts are that a male student claiming to be “gender fluid” was permitted to enter the girls’ bathroom on May 28 and sexually assaulted our daughter. Making matters worse, the school system repeatedly failed to protect our daughter. Then, they concealed the sexual assault from the public while considering formalizing a bathroom access policy that would have – and now has – increased the likelihood of sexual assaults like these. as a result, our daughter and our family has suffered and continue to suffer, from the very real consequences of a policy that endangers the safety of every student.
Scott Smith tells the heartbreaking story to Laura Ingraham in the video below:
The Smith family has retained The Stanley Law Group of Virginia, which will also represent Mr. Smith against “wrongful and unconstitutional” charges filed against him in Circuit Court.
The Standley Law Group released a statement about the civil action against Loudoun County Public Schools: