GRAND RAPIDS, MI - Lakewood School District is supporting "sexual predator, star athlete" Chad Curtis by asking if his teen victims "asked for it" when he sexually assaulted them at school, attorneys for the girls charge.
The district said the issue of consent, irrelevant in Curtis' criminal case, could be important for a jury hearing the million civil case against Curtis and the school district.
He said Fierberg's allegations are "patently salacious.
It's intended to draw headlines and has absolutely no truth." Dietzel said that U. Magistrate Judge Ellen Carmody asked him to write a brief on the issue of consent because eight or nine other states have held that consent does matter in determining monetary damages in civil cases. 9, filed a motion highly critical of the school district and its legal tactics, and said it was evidence of the district's continuing support for Curtis, who played for the Detroit Tigers and New York Yankees among other teams during his career.
The recent filing outraged attorneys for the young women.
"The Lakewood officials that authorized the argument to be made should be declared unfit for running the school system and be fired," Attorney Douglas Fierberg, representing the former students, told The Grand Rapids Press and MLive.
LAKE ODESSA, MI - Lakewood Public Schools leaders failed to protect student-athletes who were sexually assaulted by Chad Curtis because of their "blind devotion" to the former Major League Baseball player, according to new allegations filed with the U. One board member referred to the girls as "the accusers" while offering support to Curtis, his "brother." The victims say they were harassed at school after their allegations against Curtis surfaced.
At least two board members had close relationships with Curtis, and offered him their support after his arrest - and later conviction - for molesting three female high school students under the guise of providing rehabilitative massages, records said.
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