Monadnock Regional Middle-High School

A soccer coach at Monadnock Regional Middle-High School is charged with sexually assaulting a child.

Middle School Girls Soccer Team Coach Charged with Sexual Assault of Child

Monadnock Regional Middle-High School soccer coach Alexander Waterbury was arrested on Tuesday and is accused of sexually assaulting a student. 24-year-old Alexander Waterbury has been charged with four counts of felonious sexual assault and two counts of prohibited sales of alcohol.

Waterbury coached the middle school girls soccer team at the school in Swanzey when the alleged assaults occurred. He has been accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old student who played on two of his teams.

The alleged victim played for the Monadnock Middle School girls soccer team and the U-15 travel team, both coached by Waterbury.

Prosecutors say that Waterbury contacted the girl and escalated their relationship through email, text messages, and the social networking app Snapchat.

The student’s father contacted police on Monday to report the alleged assault. Waterbury was fired after the allegations came to light.

Authorities believe that there may be additional victims in this case.

Waterbury is being held at the Cheshire County House of Correction. On Wednesday, he pleaded not guilty to the charges at the Cheshire County House of Correction.

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Justice For Victims of Sexual Assault by School Sports Coaches and Other Staff Members

Attorney contributor Brian Kent of AbuseGuardian.com is a former sex crimes prosecutor who now represents victims of sexual abuse in civil cases. Brian has some thoughts to share regarding the legal options available to student sex abuse victims and their families:

Sadly, stories of coaches, teachers, and other school staff members sexually abusing their students have become commonplace throughout the country. Our schools have a critical responsibility to make sure their students are safe from sexual predators. But unfortunately, there have been many cases of sexual abuse that could have been prevented if not for the negligence of the school.

When a student is sexually abused by a school staff member, it’s important to determine if the school failed in their legal duty to protect their students due to negligence. For example, a school might be considered negligent if they had received previous complaints of sexual misconduct or harassment by the staff member but failed to act on those complaints.

In cases involving negligence, school sex abuse victims and their families may have grounds for a lawsuit against the school.

If you or your child is a survivor of sexual abuse by a coach, teacher, or another school staff member, you can learn more about your family’s legal options by contacting an experienced sex abuse survivors lawyer.

Location of Monadnock Regional Middle-High School in Swanzey, NH

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