Student accused of raping girl at Cobb high school removed from classroom 

A Kennesaw Mountain High School student accused of sexually assaulting a disabled 17-year-old girl was removed from the school, Channel 2 Action News reported.

The student has not been arrested, and no charges have been filed in the investigation, which began in December. 

The girl’s mother told Channel 2 her daughter was raped “on the stairwell between the upper gym and lower gym” at the school. The school said surveillance footage does not indicate an assault took place there. 

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The alleged victim was taken to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, where a rape kit was performed.

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A report was filed with Kennesaw police on Dec. 22 and authorities have collected the victim’s clothing, but investigators are still in the process of gathering forensic evidence, Channel 2 reported. Charges, if any, will not be filed until police receive the results of the forensic analysis. 

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The girl, who has a cognitive disorder according to her  mother, missed school for a month. 

“I’m scared for her every day,” she said. “I fear for her every day.” 

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