The lawsuit follows criminal charges against Manuel Hernandez, a former Edgewood ISD police officer, and Marcus Revilla, the girl's former chemistry teacher. Revilla has already been handed year prison sentences in both state and federal court after pleading guilty to sexual assault of a child and production of child pornography; authorities say he filmed multiple sexual encounters with the girl, on school grounds, when she was just a year-old sophomore. Hernandez is awaiting trial in Bexar County on charges of aggravated sexual assault of a child. According to the lawsuit filed Monday, the girl's family argues that school officials turned a blind eye to the "long course of sexual harassment and sexual abuse" by the district cop and teacher. The lawsuit claims that Revilla assaulted her, sometimes recording it, "on at least separate and distinct occasions" throughout most of that school year. When Hernandez discovered her "relationship" with the teacher, he held it over her head, threatening he'd get her in "legal trouble" — unless she succumbed to his continued advances, that is.
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They had sex after practice in a shed behind the track field and on road trips to out-of-town meets. She told her mom, who told a school counselor, who told the police, who recorded an incriminating phone call between Rachel and the coach, explains Rachel. Despite the nightmare, Rachel considers herself one of the lucky ones. From around August to approximately the beginning of , Memorial High chemistry teacher Marcus Revilla and Edgewood Independent School District police officer Manuel Hernandez sexual assaulted Jane Doe obviously not her real name , according to a federal-court filing. The child has been seduced and lured in by these predators. All the while, they have devious ideas.
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Nice words, on the surface. One can respect their own property. I feed and clothe myself. In my family I do what my husband can't do or doesn't do. He does what I can't or don't do, but things get done. We share responsibilities and are not limited by role modeling.