Court ‘Rape Bait’ Ruling Reversed For Sparkman Middle School Over Sexual Assault Of Special Needs Girl

The court rape bait ruling has been reversed in Sparkman Middle School’s case. The court had initially dismissed the case involving a 14-year-old special needs student having allegedly been sexually assaulted in a boys’ bathroom by a 16-year-old.

The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that the federal judge who dismissed the case was in error, and it has been re-opened. While it may not fix the problem, it does open the door for the student, known in the case as Jane Doe, to see justice.

Teacher’s Aide June Simpson had allegedly told the girl to follow a boy, known as CJC, into the bathroom in order to catch him in the act, and it didn’t work as she had allegedly expected.

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