Allegations of Sexual Abuse of Minors by Former Pomona High School Coaches

Three female Pomona High alumni are suing four former male coaches—including the current women’s basketball coach at Mt. San Antonio College—alleging that the men sexually abused them when they were students at the school in the 1990s.

8 former cheerleaders & student-athletes suing the Pomona Unified School District, Pomona High School, and former coaches allege lurid details of sexual abuse.

The lawsuit claims that the students—who were members of sports or cheerleading teams at the time of the abuse—were groomed, groped, assaulted, and harassed by the men, with contact sometimes continuing for years after the students left school.

The lawsuit also alleges that some Pomona Unified coaches and administrators knew about the “grooming behavior and sexual abuse” and did nothing.


Pamona High Coaches Accused of Grooming & Sexual Abuse

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Victims who suffered sexual abuse—and the families who suffered with them—should have every opportunity to address the school district that allegedly failed to protect them for compensation.

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Sexual Abuse & Personal Injury Info To Prepare Victims

What is considered sexual assault of a minor?

Sexual assault is forced, manipulated, or coerced sexual activity in which the assailant uses sex to inflict humiliation on the victim, to exert power and control over the victim, or to use the victim to attain sexual gratification of a victim too young to give consent.

According to the suit, the coaches allegedly:

Took players into their confidence;

Spent time with them;

Shared personal stories;

Would engage in sexually charged talk;

Would openly flirt with them.

Other suit details revealed how coaches would:

Direct catcalls at the minors;

Make comments about girls’ bodies;

Partake in oral copulation;

Partake in digital penetration; and,

Partake in penetrative sexual intercourse.

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Victims of sexual abuse and grooming at the hands of former Pomona High School coaches deserve compensation from the school systems that failed to protect them.

Personal Injury FAQ: Questions About Proving Sexual Abuse

Are there any statistics highlighting the sexual abuse of athletes?

In 2020, the U.S. Center for SafeSport found that 55% of athletes who experienced sexual assault indicated that it most often occurred with their coaches, trainers, or another sports administrator.

Who keeps track of coaches that sexually abuse athletes?

According to a sexual violence prevention expert, cases of misconduct among high school educators in various sports are often underreported because there’s currently no national dataset exists to track educators who abuse kids in school.

Why is it so difficult to identify the sexual abuse of athletes?

A combination of authority—which accompanies titles, age, and other factors like gender—and access might make an athlete "question" whether they're experiencing something necessary or exploitative

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