The recent filing outraged attorneys for the young women.
"The Lakewood officials that authorized the argument to be made should be declared unfit for running the school system and be fired," Attorney Douglas Fierberg, representing the former students, told The Grand Rapids Press and MLive.
In late February 2016, social media users began sharing links and memes affirming that the leader of opposition to a North Carolina bathroom ordinance was a registered sex offender: published an article (titled “Convicted Sex Offender Leads Transgender Rights Effort in North Carolina”) which held that the “leader of efforts” to “allow men to use women’s bathrooms” was a convicted, registered sex offender.
The article reported that an individual named Chad Sevearance had spearheaded opposition to an ambiguously referenced ordinance involving transgender people and bathrooms: The homosexual leader of efforts in North Carolina to allow men to use women’s bathrooms is a convicted and registered sex offender, according to documents made available to Breitbart News.
On at least one occasion, Coy wrote her a pass to go to her next class late after he had her perform oral sex on him.
The victim said the men also touched her genitals.“[Kirkpatrick] told me I was just a nice little escape from reality,” the victim said in court documents.
During the meeting, she said the survey was conducted by the LGBT Chamber. Tami Fitzgerald, who leads the Raleigh-based coalition, first mentioned Sevearance-Turner’s record at a Feb.
8 news conference outside the Government Center, which Sevearance-Turner attended. 18, the coalition issued a news release further questioning the chamber’s role in the survey.
One boy testified that he woke up to find Severance “fondling him.” Severance was convicted on one charge of sexual molestation of a minor.
1, “which means they have not been on any Orange County Public Schools campus” in that time, schools spokeswoman Shari Bobinski said.“The district has been cooperating fully with law enforcement and will continue to do so,” Bobinski said.