Jun 1, 2016 5:43 PM
Family of girl that Owen Labrie sexually assaulted files lawsuit against St. Paul's
CONCORD — The parents of the victim of Owen Labrie's "senior salute" sexual assault filed a lawsuit in federal court on Wednesday.
The investigation leading up to the lawsuit found that St. Paul's was a hypersexualized campus in which college-bound men treated underage girls as object and the more sexual encounters a man had, the more points he would add to his team's score, the suit complains.
The victim's family say Labrie was a known member of the "slaymakers" where the team shared lists of targets and passed down keys to venues on campus where they could "slay" the underage girls.
“St. Paul’s fostered a culture of misogyny and male privilege that deprived its female students of the safe and healthy educational environment they would expect from one of the nation’s premier private schools,” said lead counsel Steve Kelly of the Baltimore law firm Silverman, Thompson, Slutkin and White.