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After further deliberation, the jury handed down a sentence of one year on probation and a ,500 fine.
Earlier today, on the second day of the trial, the state completed its case against Kathy Griffin, a former Mount St. She contended she didn't know of the sexual relationship between the teacher and student until after the girl had turned 18 and was no longer a student at St. David reports on final testimony: Principal Diane Wolfe said that two weeks before she called the State Police child abuse hotline, the victim's mother came to her office very distraught.
He argued that she reported the abuse once she knew about it, but "just not fast enough for these people." He pointed out that by the time O'Rourke confessed the abuse to Griffin, the victim was no longer a child.
He called it "absurd" that Griffin should have called the abuse hotline based solely on her unsupported suspicions when the victim was still a minor, especially given that O'Rourke denied it.
Griffin reported the abuse, after some delay, to the Mount St. Wolfe referred victim's mother to a therapist for victim. Wolfe testified that it was Kathy Griffin who first told her of the sexual abuse later, with Griffin saying she'd heard it from the parents.If you search our amateur hooker list you will find an old seasoned woman, a young girl or a whored mother from Sherrill who like sex and want to get used by a man like you.All men get into gear when they know that you like sex just as themself.The prosecution responded that the evidence shows Griffin knew of the relationship between Kelly O'Rourke and the victim before the victim turned 18, with Griffin "knowingly failing to notify the hotline." Judge Barry Sims denied Rosenzweig's motion for directed verdict. In closing arguments, the prosecution said that "mandated reporters" are required to immediately report suspicions or knowledge of child abuse, but Griffin had tried to keep this case under wraps by telling parents that it would harm the school and "lose" their daughter if information about the relationship came out.Deputy Prosecutor Jeanna Sherrill depicted this as an attempt to manipulate parents.