An Illinois man accused of killing Dennis Hastert, in a new lawsuit of sexually assaulting him in the bathroom stall, if he has a fourth-grader, at least the fifth such allegation against the former speaker of the house of representatives, of the soon be released from jail in a hush-money case.
The lawsuit was filed in a suburb of Chicago court for a man under the pseudonym of Richard Müller. It is said that Hastert, who held him to the boy during a trip with the Bicycle to use the toilet in the 1970s in Yorkville, Illinois, where Hastert was reported to have a high-school-wrestling-coach with the Chicago Tribune.
The former Republican Illinois Congressman, 75, has almost completed a 15-month penalty for breaking the banking law and are trying to pay $3.5 million in hush money to a victim for the purposes of filing in the criminal case as “individual A.” Earlier the Prosecutor had in high school.
Lawyer Hastert immediately return messages from The Associated Press on Sunday comment addiction. A hearing in the case is scheduled for Tuesday.
Doe began to cry, as he says submitted recognized Hastert in the fitness Studio at Yorkville Grade School weeks later, when the man that you miss him, the lawsuit Friday in Kendall County Circuit Court. The elementary school is next to Yorkville High School, where Hastert worked.
The suit says Doe, “was traumatized, displacing the sexual assault by Hastert, and was intimidated into silence.” He says that both Hastert and then-Kendall County State’s Attorney Dallas Inge Munson, the boy warned, the allegations of the public.
Reached on Saturday by the DeKalb Daily chronicle, Inge Munson told the newspaper that “all of these things (the new Prosecutor) says, are untrue.” He added: “I have no idea what he’s talking about.”
The lawsuit was filed, the reported by the same Chicago law firm filed a lawsuit against Hastert for the Person A, the Dekalb paper.