Two More Victims of Sex Abuse Take Their Case to the Federal Court
By Krystal Paco
July 6, 2017
Two more victims of sex abuse take their case to the federal court. 41-year-old R.M.S. alleges she was repeatedly molested by San Vicente Catholic School janitor, Paul Sebay, who is now deceased. R.M.S. was around six to seven years old when she and her brother would wait after school for her mother to pick them up. During this time, Sebay allegedly gave the girl candy and other treats before taking her to the upstairs maintenance room where he allegedly touched her privates.
In a second filling, 55-year-old M.M. states he was an altar boy and Boy Scout at the Malojojo parish when he was repeatedly molested by Father Louis Brouillard in the early 1970s. Although M.M. reportedly told Father Miguel during confession, the priest told him to pray three Our Fathers, three Hail Marys, and the Act of Contrition and said that God would forgive M.M. Father Miguel is only identified as a Spanish priest assigned to the Malojojo parish.
Both R.M.S. and M.M. are represented by attorney David Lujan.