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sexual misconduct

  • A 45-year-old man was on Wednesday hauled before the Accra Circuit Court for allegedly defiling his 10-year old niece on several occasions.

  • She needed surgery, the court document says. During a pre-surgery check, medical authorities discovered she was pregnant and did a sexual assault exam.

    A Florida woman is suing her daughter's former health care provider and three of its employees, alleging the developmentally disabled 23-year-old was raped, impregnated and injured while in their care.

  • Over the past seven years, the district has paid more than $30 million to students who alleged they were molested by teachers or staff members.

    A Southern California school district has agreed to pay $8.5 million to four students who allege they were sexually abused by a former teacher.

  • Pell was found guilty on four charges of indecent acts and one of sexual penetration. He faced a maximum of 10 years in jail for each charge.

    Former Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell was sentenced to 6 years in jail on Wednesday by an Australian court for sexually abusing two choir boys in Melbourne in the 1990s.

  • My madam suspected her husband’s actions and caught him in the act one day, which ended up in a hot exchange,” she said.

    Twenty-two-year-old Adwoa Ankoma (not her real name) migrated to Accra from Dunkwa in the Central Region in search of a job.

  • Celebrity chef Mario Batali stepped away from his restaurant empire and cooking show "The Chew" on Monday as he said that reports of sexual misconduct "match up" to his behavior.

  • For a long time, there have been rumours in this country of bosses demanding sexual favours in return for giving contracts, employment or for promotion, of teachers taking advantage of students in return for ...

    From time immemorial, men of great social standing, power and influence have suffered opprobrium and in some instances, total ruin because they allowed their groins to override their brains in pursuit of fleeting thrills.

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