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UPDATE: "Skirt Wearing" Rapist in Loudoun County Placed on Sex Offender Registry for LIFE

UPDATE: "Skirt Wearing" Rapist in Loudoun County Placed on Sex Offender Registry for LIFE

UPDATE 01/13/22: The parents of the first victim spoke to the Daily Mail and stated that they had requested the boy not be sent to prison, and instead put into a rehabilitative residential treatment program.

Jessica Smith, the mother of the girl who was raped in the Stone Bridge High School women's bathroom by the boy, apparently read a victim impact statement to the juvenile court pleading the boy not be sent to prison, and stating he needed a "fighting chance" to turn his life around. This was likely the only reason he was spared a prison sentence.

For what he had done to Smith's daughter, the boy was initially charged with two counts of forcible sodomy, one count of anal sodomy, and one count of forcible fellatio.

The "skirt wearing" teen boy at the center of the bombshell revelations out of Loudoun County has been sentenced in the case of the two girls he sexually assaulted in 2021 – with the judge alluding to the existence of a third victim.

According to the Daily Wire, the Judge apparently noted that the boy had "one of the most disturbing" psycho-sexual evaluations she'd ever seen, going on to say: "You scare me. What I read in those reports scared me, should scare families and scare society."

The first assault occurred on May 28, in which the 15-year-old boy, allegedly wearing a skirt, entered the girl's bathroom at Stone Bridge High School where he proceeded to sexually assault a ninth-grade girl. The boy was ultimately charged with two counts of forcible sodomy, one count of anal sodomy, and one count of forcible fellatio.

The second incident occurred just months later, while the boy was allegedly meant to be on house arrest. The parents of the first victim later discovered he had simply been transferred to nearby Broad Run High School fitted with an ankle monitor, and on October 6, the boy was picked up by police at the new school and was charged with sexual battery and abduction.

According to police, he forced a girl into an empty classroom, held her against her will, and touched her inappropriately. He was ultimately remanded to a youth detention center.

The boy was found guilty of the first assault, and pleaded "no contest" to the second.

Today it was learned that he has been sentenced to residential treatment in a locked facility for three years, and was ordered to a life-time registration on the sex offender registry beginning from age 18. Despite that, his identity is not currently known to the public due to his juvenile status.

The judge noted she had never ordered a juvenile onto the registry before.

Loudoun County became a hotbed of discussion and international media attention after the father of one of the victims spoke to media about what had happened to his daughter. Scott Smith had previously been physically ejected out of a school board meeting by police after mentioning his daughter's assault and being accused of lying.

The school board at the center of the controversy was ultimately found to have attempted to brush the sexual assault under the rug in order to not attract attention, as well as proceed with the advancement of their proposed policies that would enshrine the ability for students to use whatever bathroom they desired based on gender identity alone.

NOTE: The vote regarding the "transgender student rights" self-identification policies occurred on August 11, 2021, and were approved in a 7-2 passing. The two opposing members of the Loudoun County School Board were John Beatty (Catoctin) and Jeff Morse (Dulles). As far as 4W is aware, none of the policies instituted that day have since been amended or rescinded.

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