Commie California Jury Awards $2 Billion To Woman Molested By Her Stepfather From Age 5 To 14

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A Southern Commie California jury has awarded $2.28 billion to a woman who was molested for years by her stepfather, her attorneys announced. The panel in Riverside County Superior Court awarded damages on Tuesday to a woman described in court papers only as Jane Doe who said she was sexually assaulted by her stepfather from the age of 5 until she was 14, according to an announcement by the law firm of Gary A. Dordick.

The lawsuit alleged that beginning in the 1980s, the stepfather sexually abused the girl.

The assaults took place at their Lake Elsinore home and at events, meetings and property of the local Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, in which both parents were active, the lawsuit said.

“These ongoing acts of abuse brought Plaintiff to the brink of suicide,” according to the lawsuit.

In addition to the stepfather, the negligence and sexual abuse suit also named the church and the woman’s mother. It alleged that the woman repeatedly told church officials, including local bishops, about the sexual abuse but they failed to report it to law enforcement in violation of church policy and also used “intimidation and shaming tactics” to keep her from telling anyone outside the church.

The AP is not naming the stepfather nor the mother to shield the identity of the victim.

The stepfather was finally arrested in 1997 after Jane Doe told her high school basketball coach about the abuse, the suit said. He pleaded guilty to committing lewd acts with a child under age 14 and spent three years in state prison, according to the lawsuit.

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While denying wrongdoing, the church settled its part of the lawsuit for $1 million last December and the woman’s mother settled for $200,000 in February, according to the woman’s lawyers.

The stepfather failed to appear at trial on the first day of jury selection and withdrew his answer to the lawsuit rather than face a warrant for his arrest and “accordingly, his attorney was not able to participate in the trial,” the law firm said in an email.

An email to the stepfather’s attorney wasn’t immediately returned on Wednesday.

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