The client is not aware of all of the victims in hazing incident

CHATTANOOGA, Tennessee. Released e-mails say a Tennessee high school principal did not know that there was more than “a victim” until almost four months after a freshman was sexually assaulted with a pool cue and three others were attacked by teammates in an apparent hazing incident on a basketball trip.

The Chattanooga Times Free Press, the e-mails were filed Monday in a civil case accusing the Hamilton County Board of Education of the not protect the students during the December 2015 trip. Two students filed the lawsuits in September and December 2016.

Jim Jarvis, Ooltewah High School principal, said in May 2016 e-mail to board attorney Scott Bennett that he knew “of only one victim.”

Jarvis’ lawyer, Curtis Bowe, did not respond to the newspaper’s requests for comment Tuesday.

Trial is set for September.


Information from: Chattanooga Times Free Press,

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