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"And then he tells me to get down and then, um, he tells me to suck him off. In the days that followed, the victim says her previous condition of panic attacks worsened.By the end of the week, she told school administrators what happened, then her mother."It makes me hurt for her.The mother of the alleged victim says the encounter, "Started as consensual," but at some point she said stop. The mother says she filed a police report with Palo Alto Police, but so far, no charges have been filed.And no one at the school can share information about any allegations or convictions."Even if the school district thought that law was inappropriate or unfair, their hands are tied," said attorney Mark Davis.Legal expert Robert Allard disagrees, adding legal protection should apply not only to the accused, but also to the hundreds of other students who could be at risk.Failure to do so could leave school districts vulnerable to a lawsuit."Schools have a protective duty, to protect their students," said Allard from his San Jose office.The girl went missing on March 19 and was lured to a home by one of her attackers.The Facebook Live video was viewed by at least 40 people.
A 14-year-old boy was in custody Sunday in the sexual assault of a 15-year-old Chicago girl which was streamed on Facebook Live.
An arrest warrant was also issued for a 15-year-old boy.
Police said Sunday they could arrest as many as five more boys and an adult relative of one of the teenagers.
Just one year prior, it was the same scenario, but this time against a 15-year-old, in a Palo Alto church bathroom.
The victim in this case says she first argued against performing oral sex, then after a few minutes she acquiesced."About less than five seconds into it, I changed my mind decided in no way did I want to do this," she told us from the living room of her home.
"They stand in the shoes or parents who entrust their kids to school every day.