After months of silence, the father of a Virginia girl who was allegedly sexually assaulted in a sex attack by a biological man wearing a skirt came out to The Ingraham Angle on Tuesday.

According to The Daily Mail, Scott Smith is a 48-year old plumber. He told Laura Ingraham that Scott went to the first June meeting because he’d seen “all these crazy things on TV” and was afraid for his daughter after she had been attacked.

“I am good with gay people and cross-gender people – Anybody who wants to be a good American, I am good with – I went there to find out why our children were not safe,” he said. The next thing I knew, another parent-activist came up to my wife, antagonizing and threatening her. I immediately stopped and turned back.”

Smith claimed that he attempted to inform the woman about the assault on his daughter at Stone Bridge High School’s restroom, but she refused.

“She looked me dead in the face and said ‘that’s not what happened’ – That struck me – how do you know what happened, you don’t even know me.”

Smith soon remembered being grabbed from the behind. He later realized that it was a cop officer.

I was shocked. It was horrifying. But I will say that we are supportive of our first responders, and law enforcement. It didn’t have the to be. “This could have been handled differently,” he stated.



Smith claimed that Loudoun County School Board members did not seem to be bothered by Smith’s testimony and those of other parents who were concerned about claims of CRT-infused curriculum.

I believe that they intended to close down the thing early. We were scolded every time we supported or clapped someone. Why aren’t we allowed to clap or… boo? Each person has their opinions. Why can’t everybody just get along and discuss our differences?” He wondered aloud and said that board members saw it as “a joke”.

Ingraham mentioned later that a teenage boy from Ashburn (Va.) was charged with abduction and sexual battery at an area high school. Smith confirmed that the juvenile suspect cannot be identified, but that he is the one accused of assaulting his daughter earlier in the year.

“We had the impression that the prosecution was stating that this predator sexually assaulted was in-house arrested with an ankle watch and wouldn’t return to school until those court sessions took place. You are innocent until you are proven guilty – I understand that. Smith stated that we must protect all at once.”


Smith was informally told to keep quiet in the meantime about the accusations in the hope of a favorable outcome.

“I was told by everyone, my attorneys, the prosecuting attorney, friends of the family, people I don’t even know, that if I wanted justice for my daughter, I needed to keep my mouth quiet and not speak out because in order to get justice for my daughter, which is the most important thing to me, of course, was to not come out and let justice prevail,” he said.

It was my choice not to speak up. “I was not muzzled, but it was my decision to speak out if justice is sought for my daughter. I also wanted the case to be finalized and possibly convicted.

Smith stated to Ingraham that until last week, he was silent about the matter. However, a text message sent to his wife by Smith alerted them to the fact that a minor had been taken into custody. It is believed this juvenile was the one who assaulted his daughter.

It was verified that it did indeed happen within just half an hour. I basically said that’s it. I won’t stay quiet anymore,” he said.

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Smith criticized the Justice Department’s decision to focus on parents who are upset at meetings of school boards, in a reference to a memo written by Attorney General Merrick Galrland.

“That’s really scary that our government will weaponize themselves against parents and using my video across the nation to spread fear. That’s wrong. I don’t bully. I don’t consider myself a racist. I love everyone. This country is my home. He said that he wished for better products.

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office stated to Fox News about the alleged attack on Smith’s child. It said that the May 28th, 2021 case involved a thorough 2-month investigation to establish the facts.

The case is still in the court proceeding. The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is not able to provide any documents that pertain to a pending case.” The case was about sexual assault, according to the sheriff’s office.

All juvenile records are sealed, but Smith’s attorney Elizabeth Lancaster told The Daily Wire that the boy was subsequently charged with two counts of forcible sodomy, one count of anal sodomy, and one count of forcible fellatio.

In response to a public records request by The Daily Wire, the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that a May 28 report with “Offense: Forcible Sodomy [and]Stone Bridge High School is home to a Sexual Battery.

After an investigation by Sheriff’s Office, the suspect was taken into custody two months later.  

Minutes before Smith’s arrest at the June 22 board meeting, Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Superintendent Scott Ziegler declared that “the predator transgender student or person simply does not exist,” and that to his knowledge, “we don’t have any record of assaults occurring in our restrooms,” The Daily Wire reported.

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The charges of sexual battery, abduction and assault on a schoolmate were brought to light by a 15 year-old boy at another school. Sheriff’s Office ReportThe boy allegedly forced a female victim into her empty classroom. A boy is accused of forcing a victim to enter her classroom, where he allegedly abused her and held her against her will. Although reports link the assaults, Fox News has not been able to confirm that the male student was involved in them.

Fox News reported that these incidents were promptly reported to Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office. LCPS fully cooperated with the investigation. A spokesperson for Ziegler stated this to Fox News. All information relating to students is confidential, as per federal and state privacy laws.

On Tuesday night, 60 parents attended a meeting of school boards in suburban Washington, D.C. County. They demanded Ziegler resign.

Fox News’ Tyler O’Neil, and Jessica Chasmar contributed this report.