Deep in the heart of the San Fernando Valley, in a little cinder-block office that used to be a motel room, Carole Stevens is surrounded by memorabilia from her former students.There's a publicity shot from Robin Thicke's last record, a clipping of Toi Cook playing in the Super Bowl.
“I’m more concerned about privacy,” Sue Trupiano said.
The teenage victim in a high-profile prep school rape case revealed her identity on national TV Tuesday morning, saying she’s “not afraid or ashamed anymore.”told NBC’s “Today” that she’s coming forward to embolden all victims of sexual assault." data-reactid="16"Chessy Prout, a former student at the prestigious St. H., told NBC’s “Today” that she’s coming forward to embolden all victims of sexual assault.“I want other people to feel empowered and just strong enough to be able to say, ‘I have the right to my body.
I have the right to say no,’” said Prout, whose name was previously withheld because of the nature of the crime.
Jurors also found him guilty of using a computer to “seduce, solicit, lure or entice a child under the age of 16,” a felony." data-reactid="40"Labrie was acquitted of three felony charges and misdemeanor assault but convicted on three counts of misdemeanor sexual assault and misdemeanor endangering the welfare of a child.
Jurors also found him guilty of using a computer to “seduce, solicit, lure or entice a child under the age of 16,” a felony.“They said that they didn’t believe that he did it knowingly, and that frustrated me a lot because he definitely did do it knowingly,” Prout said Tuesday.