According to WTOP News, Superintendent Scott Ziegler notified the Loudoun County School Board of the alleged sexual assault that took place on May 28 in a school restroom the very day it happened.
WTOP was provided an email from Ziegler to the board letting them know he was informing them about an incident that occurred at Stone Bridge High School.
“This afternoon a female student alleged that a male student sexually assaulted her in the restroom,” Ziegler wrote. “The (Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office) is investigating the matter.”
That same email let board members know the female student’s parent responded to the school and caused a “disruption by using threatening and profane language that was overheard by staff and students.”
“The school’s counseling team is providing services for students who witnessed the parent’s behavior,” the email said. “The alleged victim is being tended to by LCSO.”
A few weeks after the alleged incident, Ziegler was asked by a board member if there were sexual assaults in the bathrooms regularly at a meeting focused on transgender policy impacting bathrooms.
Ziegler said he didn’t have record of any sexual assaults occurring.
The Daily Wire reported earlier this month that the suspect was transferred to another school where he allegedly sexually assaulted another girl in a classroom.
According to reports, the alleged assailant was wearing a skirt during the May attack.
Scott Smith, the father of the victim of the alleged assault, became angry by Ziegler’s answer at the board meeting and was arrested for disorderly conduct. Smith told The Daily Wire he made a scene at school on the day of the alleged assault because there was no team of police officers or medics responding to the incident when he arrived.