Teen convicted in Loudoun County sexual assaults no longer must register as sex offender

by Laura Ramirez

The reportedly “transgender” male high school student, who dressed as a girl and sexually assaulted two teenage girls at Loudoun County schools, will no longer be required to register as a sex offender, the presiding judge ruled. 

After reviewing the results of the unnamed teen’s psychosexual and psychological evaluations, Judge Pamela Brooks during a hearing on Thursday granted the boy’s defense team’s plea to drop the requirement for him to register as a sex offender.

“This court made an error in my initial ruling. The court is not vain enough to think it’s perfect, but I want to get it right,” the judge said

During the hearing, the defense team argued the prosecution failed to deliver a written monition stating they were seeking to place the teen on the sex offender registry. They maintained that the boy was “cheated” by a “failure of the system.”

They further argued the previous ruling was made due to the case’s high-profile nature. 

Ultimately, the judge decided that the teen must be placed on supervised probation at a juvenile facility until he is 18 years old. He must also have no contact with the victims or their families. 

The announcement comes after the boy dressed as a girl and entered the girls’ bathroom at Stone Bridge High School and sexually assaulted a girl. The boy was transferred to a different school where he reportedly committed another sexual assault.

Following the judge’s change in decision, the father of one of the victims condemned her ruling, saying the “justice system and Loudoun Commonwealth’s attorney have let down both our daughter, as well as the other victims of his predatory behavior.”

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