(John Ransom, Headline USA) During the sentencing hearing of the male teen who was convicted of raping a female Loudoun County Public School (LCPS) student in the girls’ bathroom while he wore a skirt, Loudoun Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Judge Pamela Brooks said that the psychological report on the teen “scares” her, and ordered the teen to be locked in a residential treatment facility and register as a sex offender, reported NBC News 4.
“This one scares me,” said Brooks about the psychosexual report on the teen according to NBC.
“Brooks said she had never ordered a juvenile to register as a sex offender,” added the local news station, “but she felt it was necessary in this case.”
While the juvenile records are sealed, the Daily Wire reported that a boy from the school “was charged with two counts of forcible sodomy, one count of anal sodomy, and one count of forcible fellatio” on the same day that the incident occurred.
A judge sentenced the Loudoun rapist to a lifetime on the sexual offense registry this afternoon, saying his psycho-sexual evaluation was one of the most disturbing she’s ever seen, and as it emerged that he also allegedly attacked a third girl.
— Luke Rosiak (@lukerosiak) January 12, 2022
The case only came to public attention after LCPS tried to open any restroom to transgendered students.
Parents whose kids were victims in this and other sexual crimes against students spoke out after LCPS Superintendent Scott Zeigler denied knowledge in a public meeting that any sexual assault had taken place at school, according to the PostMillennial.
“That claim caused the first victim’s father, Scott Smith, to grow irate and be arrested for disorderly conduct, leading to national-level media attention,” said the PostMillennial.
Despite the father’s arrest and the sex assault of their daughter, Smith’s family asked the court to not send the teen to jail.
“I feel if he’s placed in a long term residential program, he may have a fighting chance of becoming a better human being,” the victim’s mother, Jessica Smith, told the court, according to the Daily Mail.
The LCPS has been the center of controversy nationwide for parents who are fed up with schools that put progressive political agendas on critical race theory, masking and transgender bathroom use, ahead of education.
In the wake of Smith’s arrest, parents with students attending LCPS schools have only just been admitted back to Board of Education meetings, after the board banned parents from participating unless they waited in the hallway to be called individually to make comments, according to the New York Post.
“After being invited back in on Tuesday, parents addressed the board on a range of issues, including the assault, mask policies and critical race theory,” said the Post.