Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-05-30 22:16:45 –
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Tay Anderson says he will leave Denver’s school board until an independent investigation into his alleged sexual tort is completed.
“These unfounded false allegations have caused great trauma throughout our school district. Students deserve better results,” he wrote on Twitter on Sunday. “These false claims endanger my family and me, and now, as a father and son, I must first protect my loved ones.
Anderson Announced his decision Two days after the school board announced that it had recognized the new allegations against him.
Anderson Under investigation By an outside company hired by Denver Public School. The ward began an investigation after the civil rights group Black Lives Matter 5280 stated in March that women had come to them. Anderson reports that she has been sexually assaulted..
Apart from the accusation, a former member of the anti-gun violence group Never Again Colorado said he had misbehaved when Anderson was the group’s president in 2018.
And this week, Denver’s parent Mary Katherine Brooks Fleming said in front of the Colorado State Parliament that 62 young people, almost all of the current Denver high school students, came to her from August and from a particular man. He testified that he was “in a position” for his help and protection. “Reliable.” She said they were experiencing a variety of abuses, from unwanted physical contact to violent rape.
Brooks Fleming did not name Anderson in his testimony, but on Friday the Denver Board of Education was aware of allegations of sexual abuse and said those allegations were against Anderson. He spoke with Brooks Fleming, but said he had never heard directly from the victims.
Also on Sunday, the Colorado High School Democratic Party, formerly chaired by Anderson, called on him to resign.
“Director Anderson has lost the trust of his school district’s students and family,” said current High School Democratic Party chairman Spencer Wilcox. In a statement“Students, including many members of the DPS, do not have to be afraid of one of the members of the school board. He must resign.”
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