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To the young male actors in his retinue in Santa Barbara in the 1970s, Gary Goddard was an exalted figure. A successful former theater prodigy, Goddard returned through his 20s to direct and mentor child actors in his hometown, vowing to bring the most talented with him to Hollywood. He attracted a constant orbit of devoted boys others referred to as the "Goddardites."

But the seemingly idyllic setting of privilege and promise had a dark edge for several members of the theater group. Four decades later, many of them say they have been haunted by their encounters with Goddard.
Since actor Anthony Edwards wrote in an online essay last month that Goddard sexually abused him as a pubescent actor in Santa Barbara, seven others from the theater group told the Los Angeles Times that their former mentor molested or attempted to molest them as boys.
They describe Goddard's advances as ranging from straying hands on thighs during lulls in a production or fondling in a darkened Disneyland ride, to repeated incidents of sexual abuse during a troupe's overnight stays in a statewide tour. In addition, Edwards and another former theater student said in interviews that a classmate who has since died, Scott Drnavich, told them that he was sexually assaulted by Goddard as a boy. 

Goddard, 65, has led an eclectic and lucrative career directing, producing and writing in Hollywood and on Broadway, and as a designer of theme parks and other attractions. He declined to be interviewed. His publicist, Sam Singer, disputed the allegations, which he said were "full of innuendo and hearsay."

"If it were possible to prove a negative, Mr. Goddard would debate these 40-year-old allegations," Singer said, but instead would only "categorically deny" their veracity.

Goddard's accusers have gone on to achieve success in Hollywood and other industries, but they say they have grappled with the psychological aftershocks of his abuse. Their personal sagas have involved therapy, tearful revelations to others and dramatic confrontations with the man they once revered.

"This is a man who's attracted to little boys, and attracted in the sickest way," said Edwards, an Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning actor known for roles in "Top Gun" and "ER." "This is not love, this is not friendship what he was doing. It is a horror because it is manipulating young hearts and minds."

'The Lost Boys'

For decades, the seaside hamlet about 100 miles north of Los Angeles was a surprisingly busy incubator for Hollywood talent. Goddard, who graduated from Santa Barbara High School in 1970, acted in and directed student productions with budding stars such as Timothy Bottoms, who along with his three brothers went on to film and television fame.

Goddard, a Disney geek whose mother made sandwiches at the local deli, was on an early similar track to success. He majored in theater, dance and film at the California Institute of the Arts before landing a role at Walt Disney Imagineering, the company's vaunted theme park design group, in 1976.

He continued to stay involved in Santa Barbara, directing youth productions including "Oliver!" and "Jesus Christ Superstar."

To many boys, Goddard was as close as any family member. "He was kind of magical and exciting," said Bret Nighman, a former actor who first met Goddard when he was 13. Edwards described Goddard as a "mentor, teacher and friend," and a "dominant force" in his life. Former actor Mark Driscoll said that for a period of time the shaggy red-haired auteur became "the most important person in my life."

But there was a downside to his attention, several of his former proteges said, causing them to avoid being last in the car with Goddard, or closest to his bed on an overnight trip.

Driscoll said that Goddard repeatedly sexually abused him over the course of three years, though he declined to provide details. "I knew I would have to experience things I didn't want to" whenever the mentor visited, he said. Four Santa Barbara classmates told The Times that Driscoll informed them of the sexual abuse during a get-together two decades ago.

Nighman said that Goddard attempted to molest him on four occasions by the time he was 16, culminating in an incident in 1977 at the mentor's home in which he rubbed Nighman's crotch and forced the boy to reciprocate.

Nighman's childhood friend Mark Daly, now an attorney in Denver, said that Nighman told him about one of the occurrences of abuse, in which Goddard attempted to fondle him during a touring production of "Peter Pan."

Linus Huffman, who acted in Goddard's "Oliver!" at the age of 13, alleged that Goddard also attempted to use mentoring during the production as an overture to touch him.

"He pulled me aside and put his hands on my legs and went, 'I'm very proud of you,' and was going towards my crotch area," recalled Huffman, who said he extricated himself by telling Goddard he had a show to do.

According to several people interviewed by The Times, Goddard's most brazen behavior was exhibited during the "Peter Pan" production. Part of Santa Barbara-based California Youth Theatre, it featured underage auteurs on summer break sojourning in a rickety school bus to packed playhouses around the state. Goddard directed and choreographed the production, giving him close access to its young male actors, many of whom were playing "The Lost Boys," Peter Pan's tribe of loyal acolytes.

'A gut feeling'

Goddard's closeness to the actors drew suspicion from Barbara Costa, the production's self-described "mother hen," hired to care for the boys and girls of its cast.

Costa, 83, said in an interview that she became "highly suspicious" of Goddard's behavior on the tour, and "the way Gary collected these boys. They would swirl around him."

Costa said that Goddard insisted on using a room divider to keep the other adults on the tour away from the boys at night — and then slept on the boys' side.

And on a morning at a camp near Lake Tahoe where the troupe stayed in 1977, Costa said that she saw Edwards walking as if in physical pain, with an "awful expression on his face as if he was about to cry." (Edwards said he didn't remember the incident.)

Costa said she took her concerns about Goddard to California Youth Theatre founder and director Jack Nakano, but she said he expressed skepticism and asked her for evidence. All she had was "a gut feeling like a mother feels for a child," and the matter was dropped, she said. Nakano died in 2009.

In his online essay and in an interview, Edwards alleged that Goddard sexually abused him as a child actor, but would not otherwise elaborate. Two of his cast mates in "Peter Pan," however, described witnessing Goddard molest Edwards during that 1977 tour.

Nighman, 15 during the tour, alleged in his own online essay that after physically fighting to keep him out of his own bed and underwear, he watched Goddard force his way into Edwards' bed instead and sexually molest him.

Another cast member who asked not to be identified said that he witnessed Goddard molest Edwards on the tour during an overnight stop at a Girl Scouts camp in San Diego. Multiple people described the beds in the San Diego camp as having been pushed together, putting Goddard within reach of several boys.

Edwards corroborated those accounts. "Yes, Gary Goddard molested me on the Peter Pan tour," he told The Times in an email.

Many parents were skeptical of Goddard, the former theater students said, but their suspicions were often assuaged when they defended him as a straight arrow who advised against drinking, smoking and drugs.

Edwards said he kept his own alleged abuse secret from his mother, denying it "through tears of complete panic" when she asked about rumors that Goddard was a pedophile.

"He drove a stake between kids and their parents," Driscoll said.

Perhaps no secret was as bitterly kept as the sexual assault of Drnavich. He was a talented young actor, dancer and singer, who was 15 when he played "Freckles," one of the Lost Boys.

Three people told The Times that he later shared with them his claim of childhood sexual abuse.

Edwards said that he and Drnavich confided in each other about their encounters with Goddard. Drnavich, in a fit of anger over the lingering effect he said the abuse was having on his adult relationships, told him that Goddard had sexually assaulted him "on many occasions."

Another friend of Drnavich, who asked not to be identified, said that Drnavich told him as well "that Gary had molested him various times when he was a minor."

Lissa Liggett, a childhood friend from Santa Barbara, said that Drnavich told her on multiple occasions of having been sexually assaulted by an adult, who he claimed had also molested Edwards.

Drnavich died of HIV/AIDS-related complications in 1997. Several of his friends said that he was haunted by the sexual abuse. "He was such a beautiful, funny, innocent person, which made it worse to watch how he suffered," Liggett said.

Singer, Goddard's publicist, said that Drnavich is "no longer with us to deny this and cannot speak for himself" but provided letters which he said showed the "warm and positive" relationship the two men had as little as seven months before Drnavich's death. The letters, according to Singer, thanked Goddard for a computer and a camera for his business.

Drnavich's mother, Arline Drnavich, said that her son never disclosed to her any sexual abuse. Goddard was a big part of Drnavich's life and "very respectful," she said, particularly after her son's death.

Drnavich, 88, said she learned in the last month that her late son's friends were circulating the allegation that he said he had been sexually assaulted. "It's hard to understand, but it's very hurtful, that's for sure," she said.

An angry confrontation

As Goddard's profile grew in Hollywood, he retained links to the boys he had encountered in Santa Barbara. His most significant film credit is as director of 1987's "Masters of the Universe," a critical and commercial flop, but as a manager he launched the careers of hometown kids Edwards and Eric Stoltz.

And he developed a career as a designer of theme parks and other attractions, co-founding Landmark Entertainment Group with a former Santa Barbara classmate. The company had backing from Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal, who was partnered with late pop star Michael Jackson. Goddard later founded the Goddard Group, which has been involved in multibillion-dollar projects, including the design of mega-casinos in China.

Goddard is taking a leave of absence as CEO so that the company can "continue their projects undistracted by recent allegations," the company announced last month.

He hired several former Santa Barbara proteges to work for him in Landmark and in other roles. Those included Driscoll, an executive at Landmark from 1987 through 1996.

Singer, in denying the allegations, questioned accusers who "maintained personal and professional relationships with Mr. Goddard well into adulthood, and now, out of the blue, are making false, disparaging and defamatory statements."

Driscoll cited "the long-lasting kind of influence and power" that he said Goddard still had over him.

In 1990, while still employed by Landmark, Driscoll said that during a get-together with a group of close friends from the Santa Barbara theater, one of them broke down crying, alleging that he had been sexually abused as a child by Goddard.

According to Driscoll, the other men shared their own allegations about Goddard, until all six men in the close friend group had disclosed that he had sexually abused them as children.

Four of the other men involved corroborated Driscoll's account of the confessional, and described to The Times their own allegations of having been sexually abused by Goddard as children. They each asked not to be named in this article.

One of the men alleged that Goddard molested him during a stop on the "Peter Pan" tour, by unzipping his sleeping bag and fondling him. Another alleged that Goddard masturbated him on a drive home from Disneyland. A third former student alleged several years of "surprise attacks" involving "aggressive kissing" and groping by Goddard, including an episode of fondling in a dark ride at Disneyland. A fourth man said that on overnight visits as a teenager to Florida — where Goddard was directing stage shows for Disney World — and Los Angeles, Goddard had him sleep in the same bed as him and masturbated him.

Fueled by "anger and disbelief," Driscoll said, the group of men drove that night to Goddard's home near the Hollywood Reservoir, where they banged on the door and confronted their "white-faced and quiet" former mentor. Driscoll said that Goddard listened to their grievances and apologized.

In a statement to The Times, Janie Mudrick — mother to Goddard's child — denied Driscoll's allegations that Goddard abused him. Mudrick, a Santa Barbara native, said she was 13 when she met Goddard, who was 18, and there was "never any indication or proof of any of the claims" involving Driscoll. Referring to Driscoll's allegation that Goddard "groomed" his victims, Mudrick said it "wasn't grooming — it was care."

In his own account, Edwards said that he confronted Goddard about the sexual abuse during an encounter at an airport two decades ago. Edwards wrote that Goddard "swore to his remorse and said that he had gotten help," and that he "felt a temporary sense of relief."

But that relief dissipated in 2014, Edwards said, when Goddard was accused in two federal lawsuits of sexually abusing underage boys in the 1990s and 2000s. (The suits were voluntarily dismissed within a year, with an attorney for the plaintiffs apologizing to two other defendants for including them in the claims. Goddard's publicist called the litigation "fraudulent.") Edwards' "rage resurfaced" at Goddard, he said, and friends directed him to a therapist specializing in the treatment of sexual abuse victims.

He said he drafted his essay implicating Goddard when he finally felt "able to talk about it as a survivor and not as a victim." Before he decided to publish the account, film mogul Harvey Weinstein was publicly accused of sexual assault and harassment, opening the floodgates for grievances about other alleged abusers. Edwards published his account Nov. 10, spurring others to tell their own stories about Goddard.

"In a sense, it's truly my 'me too,'" said Edwards, who added that he's since been inundated with correspondence from victims of sexual abuse. "The amount of letters and emails I've gotten has been heartbreaking, but also fantastic because people are healing."

Michael Bowling, a 46-year-old former resident of Bunnell, was arrested in Kentucky and is expected at the Flagler County jail after he was charged with several counts of raping a child and molesting another. 

The rape charges involve a close relative, whom he is accused of sexually assaulting for the past seven years, since she was 8.

The assaults came to light last year, by which time the girl was 15, after a sleep-over in Bunnell involving another 15 year old girl who’d gone to Bowling’s house to see her friend in June 2016.
At some point during that evening, Bowling joined the girls in the girl’s bedroom to play a game with them. The agreed-upon rules were such that the loser would have to do something determined by the winner.
When the 15 year old who was visiting lost a game, Bowling told her: “Down the hall and unlock the right door,” which was a euphemism that meant the girl had to expose her right breast to him. The “game” then went on to her having to expose both breasts, to which Bowling told her she had “a nice pair.” The victim then said she saw Bowling kiss her friend on the mouth and fondle her breasts. Her friend told her she was used to Bowling being a “perv.”
Later they played “Seven Minutes in Heaven,” the teen party game that originated in the 1950s where a couple ends up in a dark closet and does whatever they like. The girl visiting the house ended up in the closet with Bowling, twice, who proceeded to molest the girl, then take his pants off and masturbate, asking the girl: “When I’m finished, where do you want me to put it?”
The question and what he told the girl next proved to be his undoing. He had satisfied himself and told the victim that “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas,” which was accurate: some of the semen he had sprayed had landed on the girl, but some stayed in the closet, visible both to the naked eye and to a Crime Scene Investigator’s ultraviolet light. A CSI technician conducted a semen-presumptive test at the time of the initial investigation, three months after the alleged incident. It came back positive for semen. A sample was then sent to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s crime lab for DNA analysis. The DNA test linked the semen to Bowling.
It took a year for the results to return to the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office. (In March 2016, well before the samples were sent to FDLE, Gov. Rick Scott signed into a law a requirement that all rape kits be analyzed and returned to their agency of origin within 120 days. That law, however, appears to contain a loophole that enables DNA analysis that is not directly part of a rape kit from falling within the same deadlines, even though the evidence being analyzed is clearly part of a sexual assault.)
The second charging affidavit alleges that Bowling has been assaulting the other 15-year-old girl (the one the first girl was visiting that night) since she was 8 years old, when the family was living in Kentucky,  continuing after the family moved to Florida in February 2015. That victim was interviewed by the 1st Coast Child Protection Team on Sept. 30, 2016. Four days earlier, she had been the victim of a rape. She was therefore medically examined, providing further DNA evidence.
The girl told the protection team that she was repeatedly raped and held against her will, in one case staring at the clock as Bowling forced himself on her. She described a series of incidents resulting in three counts of rape and three counts of molestation.
Two days before that child protection team interview, Bowling himself was interviewed by Flagler County Sherriff Detective Dennis Lashbrook, who led the investigation. Bowling said he’d been in the girl’s bedroom playing cards with her and her friend, but he insisted he never went into the closet with one of the girls, nor did he play “Seven Minutes in Heaven.” He denied having any sex in the closet. He did submit to a DNA swab.
Lashbrook retrieved the DNA reports from the FDLE database on Dec. 1, showing a match between Bowling’s swab and that retrieved from the closet in 2016. Bowling was arrested by the Dayton Police Department in Kentucky on Dec. 8. He had left Bunnell to return to Kentucky during the course of the investigation. He is being extradited to Flagler.
Depending on how the State Attorney’s Office files the charges, child rape—or sexual battery on a child—is either a life felony or a capital felony, either way exposing a defendant to life in prison on conviction.
On Nov. 6, his wife filed for divorce.

A Patchogue man was sentenced to 25 years in prison for the rape and sexual abuse of an 8-year-old girl, Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota said.
Maximo Vera, 38, was found guilty in August of first-degree rape, first-degree criminal sexual act, first-degree sexual abuse and endangering the welfare of a child. He wills serve his sentence at an upstate correctional facility.
Authorities say Vera sexually abused and raped the girl from the winter of 2014 to June of 2015. An investigation into the abuse began after the girl told her fifth grade teacher about her encounters with Vera, the DA said. Vera was arrested on Sept. 21 2016.
"Vera preyed on this young girl robbing her of her innocence," Spota said after Vera's conviction. 


BERRYVILLE (KFSM) — A Carroll County man suspected of raping a child has been arrested in Miller County, according to the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office.
Michael Wayne Pannell, 44, faces felony charges of rape and sexual indecency with a 10-year-old girl.
Deputies say Pannell sexually abused the girl while living in Eureka Springs. His charges stem from an investigation by Indiana Child Protective Services, which then referred the case to Arkansas State Police and the sheriff’s office.
Pannell was booked into the Carroll County Detention Center on Friday (Dec. 15). He’s being held on a $500,000 bond.

From left, attorney Brian P. Meehan, charged with paying Shante Fenning, center, and Robert Harris, right, for sex with a 14-year-old girl they kidnapped and sold for sex (Picture: Philadelphia Police Department)

AN IRISH-AMERICAN attorney has been jailed alongside two sex traffickers after the pair sold him a 14-year-old girl to sexually abuse.
Brian P. Meehan was handed a 2-to-4 year sentence and eight years’ probation by a Philadelphia judge.
He pleaded guilty to statutory sexual assault, promoting prostitution of a minor, and corrupting the morals of a minor in Philadelphia and was also made to register as a sex offender.
His trial was told that Meehan’s young victim was forced to have sex with him in March 2012 inside the offices of Bishop, Dorfman, Lazaroff & Meehan, his former law firm in Philly.
The girl was sold for sex to some 20 strangers a week but was only able to identify Meehan as she remembered seeing his name on his office door, according to Metro USA.
Trafficker Robert Harris was handed a 14-to-28 year sentence and eight years’ probation after forcing the girl into prostitution, while his accomplice Shante Fenning was handed 6-to-12 years in jail and 10 years’ probation.
The court heard that Harris knew the victim, and was able to gain her trust and lure her into being sold for sex.
Bizarrely, a special holiday treat Meehan gave the victim – ‘Irish potato’ candies – led to the arrests of all three.
One of the details the victim remembered is he offered her Irish potatoes. It was the first time she had had those candies,” prosecutor Meghan Goddard said.
“Through some other information … we determined one of the visits was the day before St. Patrick’s Day.
“Employees at the office confirmed Mrs. Meehan [Meehan’s wife] sent Irish potatoes to the firm every year.”
DNA testing confirmed that sperm found on Meehan’s office couch and rug belonged to the disgraced attorney.
Meehan also forced the victim to have sex in his 12th-floor conference room, bragging that “he liked younger girls” and that the youngest child he’d ever had sex with was just 12.
The victim was first reported missing in March 2012 after failing to return home from school, according to the grand jury presentment.
Harris and Fenning kept her captive at a property just blocks from her family home, while beating her and forcing her to have sex with strangers such as Meehan, who had previously represented the pair in a legal case.
The couple later sold the victim to another trafficker for $600 (£450) before she was later sent to a pimp in Georgia.
On one occasion while being treated by doctors the girl was found to have severe vaginal injuries, but left before police arrived at the hospital.
She was jailed for theft in May 2012 and was in custody for around two years before revealing the horrific abuse she suffered.
Police executed a search warrant on Meehan’s office on October 10, 2014 after the girl shared her information with investigators.
He was fired from his law firm later that day and had his law licence suspended by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s disciplinary board in November.

A former Palo Alto elementary school volunteer and nanny accused of child molestation 23 years ago was arraigned on 34 counts of felony child molestation in Santa Clara County Superior Court in Palo Alto.
David Shwenke Tupou (aka David Tupou Schwenke), 50, was originally charged with two counts of child molestation on one Palo Alto girl and pleaded not guilty in April. But since then two other victims have come forward to testify they were also abused by him. During a Dec. 1 preliminary hearing, the three Palo Alto victims, who are also sisters, said Tupou molested them from 1991-1995 and in 1997-1999. The girls were 7 to 12 years old; 5 to 9 years old; and 4 to 8 years of age at the time of molestation, with the youngest girl again being molested between the ages of 9 and 12, prosecuting attorney Pinaki Chakravorty said. Tupou had lived in the girls' home while working as their nanny.
Tupou is charged with lewd or lascivious acts on a child under the age of 14 and lewd or lascivious acts on a child under 14 years of age by use of force, violence, duress, menace, or fear. He is currently serving a 63-year sentence for the unrelated 1998-1999 sexual abuse of a minor in San Jose. The victim in that case, who is now an adult, testified at the Dec. 1 preliminary hearing that Tupou discussed the acts against the Palo Alto girls while she was being molested and that he had referred to the three Palo Alto victims by their names. Last fall, she contacted one of the sisters through Facebook.
The Palo Alto sisters, who are now in their 20s and 30s, came forward in November 2016 to press charges out of concern that Tupou might be released early from prison under Proposition 57, and they don't want him to harm anyone else, they told police.
In addition to being the girls' nanny, Tupou had a considerable history at Palo Alto's schools. He worked for the Palo Alto Unified School District from 1991 to 1992 as a language tutor. He volunteered in at least five Palo Alto elementary schools in 1993 and 1994, including Hoover, Juana Briones, El Carmelo, Addison and Walter Hays, mostly in kindergarten classes. He also volunteered at the Palo Alto Children's Theatre, according to previous Weekly news reports.
Principals at Hoover and El Carmelo asked Tupou to discontinue volunteering after multiple parents expressed concern over his too-intimate behavior with their children, which included excessive tickling, according to Weekly news reports at the time. In October 1994, police arrested him after a parent reported that one of the sisters had confided to her daughter about the abuse. One of the sisters also gave police a detailed account of Tupou's sexual touching, according court records.
But Tupou, then 36, had a charismatic personality and received support from some disbelieving parents in the community. The accusations proved highly divisive, with some demanding the charges be dropped. Prosecutors eventually reduced the charges to annoying a child after the three sisters would not testify against him. Tupou was required only to take sensitivity training, according to court documents and news reports.
The sisters, however, now say they were not given a fair chance in the 1990s to prosecute Tupou. They were juveniles who were instructed by a parent to lie to police. Their mother told the children to lie so there would not be any consequence to Tupou because he was "family," they told police in November 2016.
Tupou can still be prosecuted on the decades-old charges because of exemptions to California's statutes of limitation laws on sexual-abuse cases. The statute of limitations can extend by a year from the time the victim reports a substantial sexual assault that occurred when they were children. Some of Tupou's abuse was not reported until now, Chakravorty said.
Tupou's abuse included kissing, photographing the girls naked, having them watch provocative videos, playing "strip poker"-type games and touching their bodies or having them touch his, according to court records. He used force or fear by hanging their baby brother out of a window and threatening to drop him if they victims did not cooperate with his sexual abuse, according to court documents.

GLENDALE, AZ - After years of mental and sexual abuse by a family acquaintance, a teenage girl stepped forward. 
Glendale Police report that on December 12, 35-year-old Shann Lewis was arrested near 67th Avenue and Cactus Road on multiple counts of child molestation and aggravated assault. 
The young girl confided in her school resource officer that she was afraid of Lewis because he was molesting her. She also said she was worried this was happening to other family members. 
She also accused Lewis of putting a handgun in her mouth during one of his "violent episodes." 
The girl detailed multiple accounts of molestation over several years, even journaling about the abuse. The last time he molested the girl was just three days before his arrest. 
Police say they found a loaded rifle in his room, and a pair of pajamas belonging to the victim. 
Lewis was arrested for sexual conduct with a minor, child molestation, aggravated assault, and being a prohibited possessor of a firearm.
 - The Osceola County Sheriff's Office reports that Douglas Aron Ortiz was arrested for for 5 Counts of Capital Sexual Battery (Victim Under 12), 4 Counts of Lewd or Lascivious Molestation (Victim Under 12), 1 Count of Lewd or Lascivious Exhibition, and 1 Count of Resisting Arrest without Violence.
The sheriff's office says that the investigation begun when the juvenile victim informed her mother that Ortiz had been doing "adult things" to her. The child described on-going sexual abuse for the past year.
Ortiz had access to the child because he was acquainted with the child's mother, deputies say.
Ortiz reportedly resisted the deputy's efforts to place him in handcuffs, but eventually cooperated with the investigation and admitted to the allegations. He was transported to the Osceola County Jail.
The Osceola County Sheriff's Office wants you to contact them at 407-348-2222 or Crimeline at 1800-423-8477 if you know any information related to this or any other similar incidents. Information leading to a felony arrest may be eligible for a reward up to $1,000. 
A former member of the Sac City, Iowa city council, is charged with sexually abusing a child when that child was just six-years-old.
Police arrested 75-year-old Gary Lee Hansen on Friday, December 15th, and booked him on a charge of 2nd-degree sexual abuse.
A criminal complaint says a child, under the age 12, reported Hansen committed a sex act on them when they were six-years-old. The complaint says Hansen admitted he had sexual contact with the victim when they were 6-years-old. 
City administrator Jamie Lawrence confirms Hansen served on the Sac City city council until 2015 when he lost a bid for re-election.

LUBBOCK, TX - A Lubbock County grand jury indicted Torivio “Troy” Jimenez, 40, of Lubbock for aggravated sexual assault of a child and continuous sexual abuse of a child.
Police were called to a home in Northwest Lubbock. The mother of two daughters told police that she had been told that Jimenez sexually abused both of them. One of the victims was now an adult but told police she had been sexually abused by Jimenez since she was 12 or 13 years old. She told officers that she had two children by Jimenez and had lied about who the father was.  
She told officers she knew for a fact Jimenez was the father of her children because she never had sex with anyone else. 
An arrest warrant said, “Jimenez sexually assaulted her approximately 300 times…” 
“[Jimenez] had previously threatened to harm her and tie her up if she told anyone what had occurred,” the warrant said.
The other girl didn’t know how many times Jimenez touched her inappropriately, but she told officers it was “quite a bit.” 
Jimenez was arrested on November 30 and has been in the Lubbock County Detention Center since that time on bonds totaling $175,000.

Central Pa. man sentenced for attempted sex with six-year-old 

Pastor accused of sexually assaulting minors will remain in jail

Judge tosses Michael Jackson child-molestation suit NANCY DILLON NEW YORK DAILY NEWS December 20, 2017

Children who are sexually abused face ‘a particular sinister type of trauma’, says High Court Express News Service | Mumbai | December 20, 2017


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