Parkland Security Monitor Allegedly Sexually Harassed Student Who Died In Shooting
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School security monitor Andrew Medina allegedly sexually harassed two female students, one of whom died in the shooting.
“It’s very unacceptable that the school board allowed this pervert to say stuff to my sister and other girls,” Hunter Pollack, the brother of the victim told CBS Miami.
Medina allegedly called the 17-year-old girl “beautiful and sweetheart” and “invited her over to his house for a drink.”
When Meadow’s mother alerted the school about the incident, the school district only suspended him for three days because Medina denied the claims and did not have any previous disciplinary issues.
Medina came under criticism after the Parkland shooting for failing to confront shooter Nikolas Cruz.
Medina only told another security guard about Cruz entering the building. That security guard infamously hid in the closet during the shooting that killed 17 people.
“I think it’s politically incorrect that they didn’t fire him because if they did, maybe they would have had someone competent to stop [Cruz] from getting on the campus,” Hunter said to CBS Miami.
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