Student Accused of Second Sexual Assault Pleads No Contest

The teenager who was previously found culpable in the sexual assaulted a Stone Bridge schoolmate on May 28 on Monday pleaded no contest to charges of abduction and sexual battery of a second victim at Broad Run High School in October.

According to the report, on Oct. 7 the 15-year-old allegedly forced a girl into a classroom where he touched her chest and private area without her consent. The boy had transferred to Broad Run this school year, after being accused of assaulting a student in a Stone Bridge bathroom.

Commonwealth’s Attorney Buta Biberaj said after Monday’s hearing that the victim’s family worked closely with her office on the case, before the assailant agreed to a plea deal.

He will appear back in Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court on Dec. 13, after completing a social-cultural assessment.

7 thoughts on “Student Accused of Second Sexual Assault Pleads No Contest

  • 2021-11-16 at 4:27 pm
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    Glad these cases are drawing to a close. Privacy for the victims should be paramount from this point forward. Otherwise, how can we expect them to begin the long & arduous healing process? Something like this should never happen again. But even Supervisor Matt Letourneau (hardly a flaming liberal) stated it had nothing to do with a coverup by Dr. Ziegler & the school board to pass a pet policy. That was a canard promoted by the “Stumpin for Youngkin” crowd. It should be rejected by all fair-minded Loudouners. Happy Holidays to All!

    • 2021-11-17 at 1:34 pm
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      Are you talking about tax-and-spend RINO Letourneau?

      And be clear Tim. What had nothing to do with the coverup by Ziegler? The rape had nothing to do with Ziegler’s coverup? Or are you saying the rape had nothing to do with the SB’s intent to let sexual predators into bathrooms via Policy 8040? Because the Stone Bridge principal has a lot of explaining to do if he wasn’t supposed to allow perceived gender fluid kids like the rapist into girls’ bathrooms!!! Of course, if it was de facto policy to allow rapists who dressed like girls into girls’ bathrooms without any proof of actually being gender fluid, then RINO Letourneau is way off the mark.

  • 2021-11-17 at 2:03 am
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    I’m sure the Commonwealth Attorney offered some bogus plea with little to no consequences. This CA is a failure to Loudoun County. Just like the dropped assault for a plea to drunk in public, what a joke.

    • 2021-11-17 at 2:04 am
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      Also, her excuse that he was on electronic monitoring is a joke. He was allowed to be in school so the electronic monitoring wouldn’t consider it a violation.

  • 2021-11-17 at 11:30 am
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    I hope this victim’s family has a great team of lawyers.

    • 2021-11-17 at 1:37 pm
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      Unfortunately, it will be hard for the rape victim to prevail. That is not true for the girl sexually assaulted in Broad Run since Supt Ziegler (himself a former HR director and Title IX coordinator for LCPS), Chief of Staff Smith (the Title IX coordinator who allowed the rapist to be sent to Broad Run without ANY protective measures for their students) and the Broad Run principal who must have know the school was welcoming a rapist without any safety measures. Cannot imagine how much $$ a Loudoun jury would award that family.

  • 2021-11-17 at 2:15 pm
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    “He will appear back in Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court on Dec. 13, after completing a social-cultural assessment.”

    This makes it sound like the rapist violated some Amy Post rules of etiquette. He raped one girl and sexually assaulted another. And our CA thinks we need to assess his “social-cultural” state? What is the school system and county doing to help the two victims and their families recover from this horrible crime?

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