Louis Brouillard named again in newest sex abuse lawsuit

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The former Guam priest has been named as a defendant in 41 of the lawsuits filed against the Archdiocese of Agana so far.
Guam – Former Guam Priest Father Louis Brouillard has been named once again in a church sex abuse lawsuit, marking the 78th lawsuit to be filed against the Archdiocese of Agana.

The lawsuit was filed by a man with the initials R.P. who’s now 53 years old. The case dates back to the 1970s when R.P. was around the age of 10. R.P. says he participated in a jamboree summer camp for the Boy Scouts which is an event held to recruit boys to join the organization.

According to R.P., the jamboree that year was held at Ipan Public Beach and he and his cousin were set up in a tent. Brouillard went inside the boys’ tent and had the boys masturbate him, according to the complaint. At the time, Brouillard was a Scout Master and also a priest with the diocese.

R.P. is seeking $10 million in damages.