Parents say CMS got wind of volunteer – long before police say he abused their child (Charlotte Observer, Aug. 20, 2019)
James, McElroy & Diehl attorneys Alex Heroy, Fred Monroe, and Kavita Desai are representing a family in their lawsuit, which says Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) overlooked reports of child abuse against an after-school volunteer/vendor. The lawsuit names CMS, the Board of Education, Ricardo Mata and his company, PlaySpanish, as defendants. The Charlotte Observer‘s Michael Gordon reports on the lawsuit, which accuses Mata of physical and sexual assault and battery, and says school leaders are guilty of intentional and reckless infliction of emotional distress and gross negligence, among other claims.
To read more, please visit this link to the full Charlotte Observer story: “Parents say CMS got wind of volunteer – long before police say he abused their child.”