A horrific story has come out of Tennessee today where a female janitor allegedly raped a 16 year old boy during school hours.
The boy’s family is suing the Roane County School system and another contractor after their female janitor, Jessica E. Galyon, allegedly raped one their son. She was charged with sexual battery by an authority figure, and was later released on a $15,000 bond.
While I’m glad she was charged, is a bond of only $15,000 high enough? Imagine if it had been a man raping a girl, it would probably have been set much higher.
This unfortunate situation had been building for quite a while, per some of the reports.
According to the Knoxville News Sentinel:
Galyon first began talking to the teen in August before allegedly attempting to escalate the relationship by insisting he give her his phone number and become her friend on Facebook.
Galyon allegedly began sending “flirtatious and sexual messages” to the boy, who told Galyon her advances were “unsolicited, unwanted and unwelcome,” the lawsuit reads.
On Sept. 16, Galyon allegedly invited the boy to visit her in a hotel room so they could have sex. The boy rejected the offer and said he didn’t want “any further contact” with Galyon, according to the lawsuit.
When the boy ultimately confronted Galyon about her unwanted sexual advances, she allegedly took him into a room and raped him at the school during school hours.
“This was the first ever sexual encounter of any kind that (the boy) had ever had in his life,” the lawsuit reads.
Galyon allegedly told the teen not to tell anyone as it would cause her to lose her job, her husband and her children.
Are you kidding me? Bitch, you deserve to lose your job, husband, kids, house, everything.
But all that aside, this is just one of many cases that feminists would just sweep under the rug or just simply brush off. According to stereotypes perpetuated by feminists, there’s no such thing as a woman raping a man, they say it’s just not physically possible. Contrary to their belief, however, new studies have shown that about two-thirds of all men who reported sexual victimization say their rapist was a female.
And the worst part is, all this harassment was public knowledge. The kid got teased both by students and faculty members, calling Galyon his “girlfriend.” According to the lawsuit, someone on staff even went as far to say that he was jealous of the boy because “he wanted to have sex with Galyon.”
So all these people knew, yet they did nothing.
This poor kid had to drop out of school, start homeschooling, and even go to weekly counseling to deal with these problems.
The lawsuit that the family is bringing to court accuses the school and the contracting firm that hired her of acting “intentionally, willfully, wantonly and/or with gross negligence in failing to recognize and/or stop the sexual misconduct of Galyon.”
And, according to the outlet, the parents are “seeking $3.5 million in damages from Roane County Schools and Compass One, as well as an additional $1 million in punitive damages. ”
Good. I hope they clean them out for everything they’re worth.
H/T: The Knoxville News Sentinel