Father defends De La Salle HS student accused of sexual assault

Monday, December 12, 2016 07:00PM
The father of the De La Salle High School student accused in a sexual assault case is now putting the blame on the teenage girl who said she was raped.


CONCORD, Calif. - The father of the De La Salle High School student accused in a sexual assault case is now putting the blame on the teenage girl who said she was raped.

A 15-year-old girl says the student sexually assaulted her after a football game at De La Salle. The boy's dad now tells the East Bay Times the sex was consensual.
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Additionally, the father is himself a registered sex offender.

The Contra Costa District Attorney's Office says it has not decided whether or not to press charges in the case.

In a statement to the East Bay Times, the boy's father said, "He's tall, dark and handsome, he plays for De La Salle, there's a lot of girls that want to be with my son. When young, fast girls see something they like, they go after it."
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