Oct 27, 2015 1:27 PM
Director of Nashua children's home claims all procedures followed with hiring of employee accused of rape
NASHUA – David Villiotti, the director of a Nashua children’s home, said all of the policies and procedures were followed before hiring a man who is now accused of raping a 16-year-old female resident.
Jordan Dorsey, of Lawrence, Mass., was indicted on one charge of aggravated felonious sexual assault for allegedly having sex with the girl in the home’s living room in June.
Villiotti said all background checks and references came back clean on Dorsey and that he was an employee at the home for two months before he was terminated following the accusations.
Another resident at the Concord Street home told officials the alleged victim told her about the sexual encounter.
According to the Nashua Telegraph, Dorsey denied having sex with her but eventually admitted to the alleged encounter, saying ‘things got out of hand quickly’ and that the girl never told him to stop or that she did not want to have sex.
Dorsey turned himself into police in August and is out on bail.