A human rights lawyer who was raped and impregnated by her stepfather as a child sued her former boarding school for "not detecting any signs of abuse".
Kim Fawcett, now 30 years old, was just 13 years old when her bad partner raped her when she discovered she was pregnant.
Ms. Fawcett claims that school friends at Ellesmere College in Shropshire showed teachers that they had received explicit sexual messages from their stepfather Robert Stuart McClelland.
Eventually, they encouraged her to report it to the police, and McClelland was arrested and convicted of his horrible crimes.
According to Kim, the school was "unable to bring her to safety," even though she was aware that she herself was injured as a coping mechanism.
Ms. Fawcett is suing the school for negligence, neglect and dereliction of duty.
Ellesmere College says they have "found nothing in a review to support their claim".
McClelland was sentenced at Chester Crown Court for indecent assault and sexual intercourse with a girl under 16 years old.
The 57-year-old was sentenced to six years in prison in 2004 and admitted to the Sex Offenders Registry, but served only two years in prison.
The abuse that Ms. Fawcett suffered as a child has terrified her mentally and physically.
She now lives in Bristol, but was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and set up a support group.
Ms. Fawcett claims that the teachers have "explicit knowledge" of the messages she received from McClelland and were aware of her own violation, The Times said.
"None of these concerns have been reported to the social services, and if the McClelland College had reported to the social services, the abuse would have ended in June 2002 rather than in June 2003," she told the BBC.
The school principal, Brendan Wignall, told The Times that he was "horrified" by the abuse, "but did not know what had happened to her" and apologized that she felt she was out of school been left.
He apologized and said, "We are very sorry … but we really can not find anything to support your claim, so we have no choice but to fight it."
The vile pedophile met her mother on an Internet dating site after her relationship with Ms. Fawcett's dad was over.
Speaking to MailOnline in December last year, she said that after being raped by her stepfather for the first time, she and his colleagues had talked about it.
He got drunk after driving together, he brought her home and attacked her.
After the first rape, he scratched the date as a "trophy" on a bottle.
She said, "He asked me to sit on his lap and started to touch me, I was really confused why he did that because I really liked him, I was still frozen, he always put my hands up and tried I just could not move. "
Ms. Fawcett later found that she was pregnant, and she also found out she had a sexually transmitted disease.
She then had to endure an abortion.
The mirror has contacted Ellesmere College.
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