A monk accused of running a "sex club" for young boys was allowed to remain at the country's top Roman Catholic school after numerous allegations were made against him from students, reports The Times. Father Jeremy Sierla lived and worked at Ampleforth College in North Yorkshire until as late as , despite a criminal inquiry being launched in into claims he had summoned pupils to his study at night, "where they were given alcohol and told to perform sex acts". The report also says police discovered he had posed as a girl in internet chatrooms, using the alter egos Easygirl19 and Cyberbitch in order to speak to young boys. No charges were officially brought, but police advised the Department for Education in that Sierla should not be allowed "anywhere near a school". However, he remained at Ampleforth until , working in the abbey shop, before the Department for Education advised he should no longer be allowed on school grounds. An Ampleforth College spokesman told the paper that Sierla's continued presence at the school "was approved at a meeting of safeguarding professionals in " and that the case was reviewed again by an independent safeguarding commission in However, the Times alleges that following the inquiry, Ampleforth officials told care inspectors it was "preferable for [Sierla] to be under the supervision of the abbey, rather than unsupervised elsewhere in the diocese".
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Boston police are investigating a case of sexual assault at a Boys and Girls Club of Boston. Authorities said they were called to the South Boston location on Saturday and arrested a young boy for indecent assault on another young boy. The club sent a note home with parents Monday afternoon telling them about the incident over the weekend and said it involved a boy from a partner organization who allegedly hurt a boy of the same age who is a club member. Another parent, Sydney Best, who was considering sending his daughter to the Boys and Girls Club, said the incident is "mind numbing. The Boys and Girls Club issued a statement saying in part, "Child safety and protection is our number one priority, and we apply intense due diligence to all aspects of policy and operations to reduce risk and provide a safe, secure environment.
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