Former FD principal accused of sex abuse

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Guam – In an alleged case of adding insult to a victim’s injury, a former Father Duenas Memorial School Principal is the latest to be accused of sexual abuse.

The sexual abuse allegedly occurred from 1975 to ’76, when a victim identified by the initials D.D. was about 16 years old and a student at the all-boys Catholic high school in Chalan Pago. According to court documents, at the time, the principal was Brother Gregory Seubert, who now stands accused of sexually molesting and abusing D.D. on numerous occasions.

D.D. alleges that Seubert would watch him and other students shower and would force D.D. to leave the door open while he used the restroom. In the complaint, D.D. says he attempted to report what was happening to a priest but was physically abused by the priest and instructed to “go with the flow and to do whatever Brother Gregory wishes or else.” Seubert is believed to no longer reside on Guam and may be residing in Africa. As part of the complaint, D.D. is seeking $5 million in damages.

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