NTD: A special grand jury in Loudoun County, Virginia, said the superintendent of Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) lied about sexual assaults perpetrated on school grounds in 2021 and that school officials displayed a “stunning lack of openness” about the incidents, according to the special grand jury’s report released on Monday.
The 91-page report (pdf) is the result of an order issued by Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin last year requesting that Attorney General Jason Miyares conduct a full investigation into the school district following the two sexual assaults.
The first assault occurred on May 28, 2021, at Stone Bridge High School (SBHS) against a 15-year-old girl, according to the officials and the victim’s family, who said it happened in a girls’ bathroom by a boy who was wearing a skirt and who claimed to be “gender fluid.”
The second assault took place five months later on Oct. 6, 2021, at Broad Run High School (BRHS) by the same student, who had been transferred there. In that incident, the same boy forced a female student into an empty classroom, held her against her will, and touched her inappropriately. MORE