A father who was arrested at a school board meeting in Loudoun, Virginia has come out and revealed that his daughter was brutally sexually assaulted at her school by a male in the girls’ washroom.
On June 22, Scott Smith was dragged out of a Loudoun County school board meeting by police after getting into a vocal altercation with board members over the proposed policy that would enshrine the ability for students to use whatever bathroom they choose.
Smith claims the assault occurred on May 28, in which a 15-year-old boy, allegedly wearing a skirt, entered a girl’s bathroom at Stone Bridge High School, where he proceeded to sexually assault Smith’s ninth-grade daughter.
Smith was finally ejected from the school board meeting after a heated exchange with a woman wearing a rainbow heart shirt who allegedly told Smith she “didn’t believe” his daughter about her sexual assault.
The woman, since identified as Jackie Schworm, allegedly threatened to “ruin” Smith’s plumbing business for claiming his daughter had been sexually assaulted by the trans student. To which Smith replied, “You’re a b*tch.”
A police officer then quickly moved to separate the two by pulling on Smith’s arm, but that led to a full-on scuffle between them after Smith yanked his arm away. The officer apparently took this as a sign of aggression, and Smith was struck in the face and pulled to the ground before being handcuffed.
Speaking to The Daily Caller, Scott Smith said the juvenile court which adjudicated his daughter’s sexual assault case assured him the rapist had been confined to house arrest at his mother’s residence. But that appears to have not been the case after all, as the young man appears to have struck again since then at another school.