According to a police report, a Mater Dei High School football player told the Santa Ana Police Department that he was sexually assaulted by teammates in the school’s locker room last August.
The report is the latest revelation of alleged molestation and sexual assault and assault by Mater Dei football players within the school’s locker room.
According to the report, the Mater Dei player told police that on August 31 she was “sexually harassed by several members of the football team in the locker room”.
The victim said, the report said, “Teammates took out their penises and showed them placing them down on the ground. The incident was reported to their coach (UNK NAME), who then reported it to the school authorities.
“A teammate also started humping his pants from behind (the victim). The (victim) did not report any injuries and was denied entry.
“He is now experiencing anxiety because of the incident.”
The Los Angeles Times broke the story on the report on Monday evening.
The incident raises new questions about the culture within the nation’s premier high school football program and Mater Dei’s chief football coach Bruce Rawlinson and his staff’s willingness to monitor their team’s behavior, particularly in the school’s locker room.
“It is, and for a long time, the Diocese of Orange policy does not comment on matters involving minors, including incidents about current and former students,” said Bradley Zint, a spokesman for the diocese.
“With regards to evaluations at Mater Dei High School, that is ongoing. We don’t have a full date to announce yet.”
A Mater Dei football player suffered a traumatic brain injury, a broken nose and other head injuries after being punched by a teammate, “bodies” in two Mater Dei lockers during February 4, 2021 According to two videos of the brawl obtained by the Orange County Register of alleged hedging rituals, Rooms while some of the Monarch players who were present shouted racist adjectives at the younger player.
According to a police report obtained by the Register, the injuries were the result of a series of blows to the head that prompted a Santa Ana Police Department investigator to recommend felony charges against the other player to the Orange County District Attorney’s Juvenile Division file. will do.
The Orange County District Attorney’s Office declined to file charges. The little player’s family has filed a lawsuit in Orange County Superior Court against Mater Dei and the Diocese of Orange.
A 2018 video shows football players from Mater Dei High School performing fake sex acts on other players and allegedly hedging. Fights in the school’s locker room will be part of an investigation into the culture of Monarch football and athletic events, then Mater Dei president Father Walter Jenkins confirmed to The Register in December. Jenkins resigned from his position a few days later.
One video is a compilation of mass events in the Mater dei football locker room and begins with a Monarch player hiding behind a younger player and placing a bag or pillow over the younger player’s head which is then followed by the other. Surrounded by players. The video shows a fight between players while other players are celebrating, players simulating sexual acts on each other, at least six players are around as well as slapping a timid player , a player wearing a condom and a semi-naked player sitting on a toilet.
In a second video titled “Miss Summer Ball”, a Mater Dei player approaches a seated player and then begins to pull down the seated player’s shorts and underwear and then performs fake sex acts on the player, while At least 20 teammates cheer, laugh and film the incident with their cell phones.
Both the videos were posted on the social media accounts of Mater Dei players. Mater Dei confirmed that the video 2018. belong to
Former Mater Dei athletic director Amanda Waters said in a recent swearing-in that the Mater Dei football locker room had frequent property damage, including torn sinks, broken sinks and mirrors from the wall.
In the statement, Waters said Rollinson turned down 10 requests to supervise the school’s locker room.
“I don’t have time to do that,” Waters recalled telling Rawlinson. “(That) the same remark will happen over and over again.”