Pacific Daily News
Haidee V Eugenio, firstname.lastname@example.org Sept. 18, 2017
Former Guam priest Louis Brouillard sexually abused multiple boys at the same time and repeatedly, offering them food as a reward, according to a lawsuit filed Monday in federal court.
The lawsuit, which is among dozens accusing Brouillard of child sexual abuse, was filed by 48-year-old “M.I.Q.” who, like most plaintiffs, used his initials to protect his privacy.
M.I.Q. alleged in his lawsuit that while Brouillard was swimming naked with him and other boys at the Lonfit River in 1978 or 1979, the priest groped and touched his private parts. M.I.Q. was 9 years old at the time.
The lawsuit says before going into the water, Brouillard instructed the boys to remove their clothes and swim naked, and promised to reward them with McDonald’s afterwards. They went to McDonald’s after M.I.Q.’s first outing with Brouillard, the lawsuit states.
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