Mom of Loudon County rape victim says family was told to keep quiet

Mom of Loudon County rape victim says family was told to keep quiet


The mother of a Virginia girl who was raped by a classmate inside a school bathroom reportedly said that she and her husband had been pressured to keep quiet about the incident — and had no clue the 15-year-old boy was then transferred to another school until last month.

“We were silenced for many months,” Jessica Smith told the Daily Mail in her first interview since her daughter was raped at Stone Bridge High School in Loudoun County in May. “We were told not to say a word that could jeopardize our daughter’s case.”

The boy was found guilty last month of the sexual attack, which sparked a heated confrontation between the victim’s father and school board members.

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On Monday, the boy also

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