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An islamic cleric in Texas and ordered to pay woman $2.5 M in the sexual exploitation trial

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A Dallas-area Muslim clergy was ordered Thursday to pay $2.5 million to a woman who he was accused of sexually abusing.

District court judge Emily Tobolowsky ruled that the priest, Imam Zia ul Haq Sheikh’s, 50’s, should be in the charge of the woman mental anguish, and other damages, The Dallas Morning News reported. Sheikh was imam at the Islamic Center of Irving, is one of the largest mosques in the Region.

In an e-mail to the paper, and he told me that he believed that the decision was made in error.

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“Unfortunately, the litigation in this country is not always in favor of the truth,” he said. “In the majority of cases, it all comes down to how a lot of financial stamina, and that’s a good representation.”

Sheikh was accused of sexually abusing the woman — identified only as Jane Doe — and after the supply of the services for mental health care when they turned 18.

“Jane’s emotional dependency as a result of being informed by the defendant from the ages of 13 and 19 years of age, led Jane to fear for the loss of the defendant’s assistance in their lives, and this has created a situation in which Jane was not in a position to deny a defendant’s request,” the lawsuit said, referring to the Sheikh’s alleged requests for sexually explicit photos and videos, and, in the end, for the duration of sexual intercourse.

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When the woman was 19, the pair had sex at a motel”, according to the paper. Sheikh also gave her a pregnancy test to make sure that he wouldn’t lose his job. Later on, he cut off contact with her.

The woman’s attorney, Susan Adams), told the newspaper in a statement that the verdict “did justice to it and hope that it is not only to her but to the other survivor or survivors of abuse.”

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