Father Arrested at School Board Meeting Says Daughter Raped in Restroom by Boy in Skirt

Speaking up in a heated tone at your school board meeting because your daughter was raped by a skirt-wearing boy can now get you forcibly handcuffed, arrested and treated as a domestic terrorist.

Scott Smith is the father arrested during a school board meeting at Stone Bridge High School in Virginia in June that made national headlines. Now he reveals that he was highly upset because he was attempting to communicate to the board how his daughter was sexually assaulted and that the superintendent was trying to cover it up.

Smith’s attorney Elizabeth Lancaster stated that the boy has been charged with two counts of forcible sodomy, one count of anal sodomy, and one count of forcible fellatio.

The father has found himself at the center of what the National School Boards Association has claimed could be a form of “domestic terrorism” for speaking up and voicing his opinion during a meeting.

Right before Smith was taken down and arrested, the Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) superintendent had addressed the district’s transgender policy asserting that the school system had no record of any assault occurring in any school bathroom. That enraged the father because he claims it is a blatant lie.

The arrest occurred after a leftist told Smith she did not believe his daughter was raped. They got into a heated argument. Police intervened and before Smith knew what had happened he was hit in the face, handcuffed, and dragged out of the room with his pants pulled down. The images went viral. Smith is now being charged with two misdemeanors.

The boy who allegedly attacked Smith’s daughter is on house arrest. Lancaster contends that this same 15-year-old boy was also charged with sexual battery and abduction after he forced a girl into an empty classroom, then held her against her will, and touched her inappropriately.

After Smith’s daughter was allegedly assaulted, the school called him to tell him. They claimed they were handling it in-house.

Police were called to the school because Smith was furious over the handling of the matter.

“I went nuts. I called the principal a p**,” he admitted. “Six cop cars showed up like a f***ing SWAT team” to respond to the school’s complaint about an assertive parent, he stated.

“Thank God that I drew enough attention to it, without getting arrested, that we got an escort to the hospital and they administered a rape kit that night,” Smith recounted.

That same day, the principal sent out an email claiming that nothing jeopardizing student safety had occurred, and instead, purportedly made Smith out to be the bad guy.

The statement read:

“Good evening Stone Bridge families this [sic] is Stone Bridge Principal Tim Flynn. There was an incident in the main office area today that required the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office to dispatch deputies to Stone Bridge. The incident was confined to the main office and the entrance area to the school. There was no threat to the safety of the student body. The incident was witnessed by a small number of students who were meeting with staff adjacent to the main office. Counseling services and the services of our Unified Mental Health Team are available for any student who may need to talk about today’s incident. Students might have noticed Sheriff’s Office personnel on campus and I wanted to let you know that something out of the ordinary happened at school today. The safety of our students and staff is the top priority of Loudoun County Public Schools.”


“My wife and I are gay- and lesbian-friendly,” Smith, who is a plumber and leans conservative, stated. “We’re not into this children transgender stuff. The person that attacked our daughter is apparently bisexual and occasionally wears dresses because he likes them. So this kid is technically not what the school board was fighting about. The point is, kids are using it as an advantage to get into the bathrooms.”

As school board members and leftists continually claimed at the meeting on June 22 that students were not in danger or threatened by transgender individuals, Smith got increasingly angry.


Source: Bizpacreview


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