It was November 12, 2019 when Flavia Peréa received a phone call from her 6-year-old son’s school saying a girl in his first-grade class had accused him of touching her inappropriately.
The phone call was from the dean of students, who, according to the Boston Globe, indicated that her son’s alleged behavior was a form of sexual harassment, something the boy wouldn’t even be able to understand at that age. The dean vaguely explained the situation to Peréa before adding as what the Globe characterized as “an afterthought,” that the school had to report the incident.
Peréa said the dean didn’t say anything about reporting her son’s actions to the police, but later that day, she found a voicemail from a Somerville, Massachusetts detective. As the Globe reported, Peréa wondered how her son, who had just lost his first tooth, could be under investigation by the police.
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Even more perplexing was the fact that her son came home that