Former Simi Valley Coach Pleads No Contest To Sex Crimes Against DOZENS Of Underage Boys

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On Tuesday, a former Simi Valley, California high school teacher and coach pleaded no contest to sex crimes involving dozens of underage students. ktla,

According to officials, bijan nikru35, was working in Simi Valley High School When he allegedly created a fake social media profile and “catfished” at least two dozen teenage boys. As per the allegations, he kept asking for pornographic pictures and videos from the minors.

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He then arranged to meet an underage victim in person – at her school office to boot! Officials claim that Bijan had oral sex with the minor, whose family later reported the incident to the police. During the 2021 hearing, police detective Casey Nicholsonwho interviewed the then 14-year-old boy who came forward with the allegations, claimed that the sex act took place in November 2019. Jean ColatoThe school resource officer noted that there was surveillance footage that corroborated the teen’s account, according to local outlets. VC Star, During an investigation, authorities identified 28 known victims of the teacher. so terrible.

Nikro was an assistant football coach, a lacrosse coach and a yard supervisor at Simi Valley High School. used to work in Simi Valley Unified School District From June 2012 to December 2019 (the time of his arrest).

Earlier this week, he pleaded no contest to multiple sex offenses, including oral sex on a minor under the age of 16, possession of child pornography and multiple counts of contact with intent to commit a child pornography offense. Ventura County District Attorney’s Office, in true sense Terrifying, Not pleading means that the person admits the conviction, but does not plead or plead guilty. Because of the plea deal, he faces up to five years in prison.

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Senior Deputy District Attorney Edward “Ted” AndrewsProsecutor on the case told outlets ktla,

“We trust our kids to coach and teachers. The criminal acts of the defendant erode that trust. He targeted the children he worked with and used his position of trust and authority to sexually abuse them in the real world as well as sexually pursue them online, causing great harm to our community.

A sentencing hearing has been set for January 11, 2023. We hope this case brings some justice to the many alleged victims of the teacher. We need to do better to keep children safe from such abuse and trauma.

If you or someone you know has experienced sexual violence and would like to learn more about resources, consider checking out https://www.rainn.org/resources,

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