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Judge makes ruling in a pending sexual misconduct case

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Three former St. Joseph High School-South Bend volleyball players are accusing a former coach of sexual misconduct.

But a special judge in the case has ruled that in the interest of transparency, the three plaintiffs will have to reveal their identities. That’s unless there is some overriding reason for confidentiality, and no such reason seems to exist in this case. All three are now said to be over the age of 18, according to WNDU.

The judge writes that the girls allege receiving obscene and unsolicited electronic messages, and did not partake in any intimate behavior that would recommend anonymity. An amended complaint with their names would need to be filed by March 12.

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