Loudoun County student pleads no contest over second sex crime incident

The teenager under investigation regarding two sex crimes in Loudoun County, Virginia, pleaded no contest in a plea deal over the second sex crime case after being convicted of rape in the first case last month, the Washington Examiner reports. 

The 15-year-old male student was accused of forcing a female student into an empty classroom and touching her breast, the Examiner noted.

The incident reportedly occurred last month after the student began attending Broad Run High School after leaving Stone Bridge High School after the first incident allegedly occurred there.

What’s next?

The student will be sentenced with regard to the outcome of both cases on Dec. 13.

Loudoun County Commonwealth Attorney Buta Biberaj said the defendant’s maximum sentence would be to remain in juvenile prison until his 21st birthday, which is nearly six years from now.

The mother’s statement

The mother of the student victim from the second incident released a statement after the no contest plea was formally entered.

“Today is not just another day for our family. It is a day that further vindicates my daughter against her attacker, holds him accountable for what he did, and helps advance the healing of both our daughter and our family from the suffering we have endured over these past months,” Olohan’s statement read.

“My daughter’s struggle, and that of our family, still continues. We will not stop, we will not rest, until all who are responsible for this tragedy are held accountable,” she added.

The parents remain committed to making sure a similar incident does not happen again for their child, nor for any other student in Loudoun County.

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