[Ed. – It’s hard to say what is more revolting: the fact that the act of depravity happened at all or the fact that the driver failed to report it for several days, much less intervene.]
A 14-year-old girl with developmental disabilities was sexually abused for several consecutive days and raped by students on her school bus without intervention by the driver, according to a lawsuit filed last week.
The girl, who was referred to in the lawsuit as “Jane Doe,” was on the bus home from middle school when the abuse occurred in April 2019, the complaint said.
The girl and her family filed the suit in federal court against the Fulton County School District in Georgia on March 3 for failing to protect her, and for discrimination.
“Unbelievably, the sexual abuse took place in only three to four rows of seats on a small special-needs school bus,” Lee Parks, a lawyer for the girl, said in a statement.
According to the complaint, the girl has neurodevelopmental disabilities and “functions at a cognitive and communicative level far below her actual age.”