Loudoun County Judge Ruled Male Attacker (15) Did Commit Nonconsensual Sex Against Teen Girl

The Loudoun County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court answered the heated debate on whether a 15-year-old male attacked Scott and Jessica Smith’s daughter in the bathroom at a Loudoun County Public School. According to the Judge, the 15-year-old male did commit an act of non-consensual sex with the Smith’s daughter.

From our earlier reporting:

“Scott Smith was escorted to a Loudoun County school board meeting on June 22 after attempting to vocalize concerns about the school’s transgender policy. Smith’s freshman daughter had allegedly been sexually assaulted by a male student wearing a skirt. The incident reportedly occurred during school hours in the women’s restroom.

Smith claims that a parent activist came up to his wife to antagonize her. Smith told her to “stop” and tried to explain the situation that occurred at Stone Bridge High School. Smith alleges the woman told him, “That’s not what happened.” After the confrontation, Smith was physically removed from the meeting by a police officer.”

The Daily Wire reported that the 15-year-old male was charged with two counts of forcible sodomy, one count of anal sodomy, and one count of forcible fellatio. The Democrat party started the #MeToo movement and wants Americans to “believe all women.”

However, before the Judge ruled, this same party brought former President Barack Obama out to Virginia to claim that Republicans were making “trumped-up culture wars and fake outrage,” while ignoring “serious issues” in Virginia.

It was an absurd lie about a family going through so much, but the Democrats are desperate and didn’t expect the Judge to rule so quickly. The Smith family released a statement through their lawyer, Bill Stanley, expressing their reaction to the ruling.

“We are relieved that justice was served today for the Smith’s daughter. This horrible incident has deeply affected the Smith family, and they are grateful for today’s outcome.

No one should have to endure what this family has endured, and now their focus is completely upon their daughter’s health and safety as she progresses forward with her life.”

The family said their daughter was “smart and strong” and felt “confident” that their daughter would grow past this “difficult time in her life.” Their statement said they “deeply” love their daughter and will continue to fight to protect her as she continues the process of healing.

“The Smith family wants to thank those in the community who have demonstrated their love and support over the past few months. The Smith family stands stronger than ever in moving forward to ensure that those responsible in the Loudoun County School system are held accountable, so that this may never happen to anyone else’s child.”

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