Pardoned father of girl sexually assaulted in school bathroom reveals what REALLY sparked scuffle at viral board meeting

Scott Smith, whose daughter was sexually assaulted in a Virginia school bathroom by a disturbed boy wearing a skirt, is telling the story of what really happened at the infamous school board meeting that ended in his arrest.

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Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin pardoned Smith last week for disorderly conduct, stating that it was a wrong that needed to be put right.

We righted a wrong,” Youngkin remarked. “He should have never been prosecuted here. This was a dad standing up for his daughter. His daughter had been sexually assaulted in the bathroom of a school, and no one was doing anything about it. This was a gross miscarriage of justice.”

Youngkin accused the school of covering up the assault and told Fox News that parents must have the final say over their children’s education.

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“Mr. Smith did what any father would do, what any parent would do, which is stand up for their child,” Youngkin stated on Sunday. “I spoke with Mr. Smith on Friday, and I had the privilege of telling Mr. Smith that I will pardon him, and we did that on Friday.”

Smith sat down for an interview with Fox News on Monday, voicing his anger at ever being charged in the first place for speaking up at the school board meeting.

The father’s picture of being manhandled by police and dragged off in handcuffs in June 2021 after he objected to transgender issues at the board meeting went viral. He has been fighting to get his reputation back ever since.

When Smith raised the issue of his daughter being sexually assaulted in a school bathroom at the school board meeting, it blew up. He found himself slapped with a 10-day suspended sentence for disorderly conduct.

But it wasn’t the school board that incensed the enraged father. It was a “radical” woman who attended the meeting and caused the ensuing chaos.

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Smith admitted to calling the woman an expletive. Then she threatened to “ruin” him and his business on social media. That set off a scuffle that wound up getting him arrested. A George Soros-backed district attorney named Buta Biberaj then threw the book at him. That district attorney was later removed from the case.

I never spoke to the school board. That whole story is really kind of askew,” he told Fox News during the interview.

“I was sitting in my little area and a radical protestor came, and I heard this shouting behind me and I turned around, and it was my wife and her, I didn’t even know my wife was there. She came in behind me,” Smith recounted.

“So I stepped in, tried to explain to this lady what was going on. She looked at me dead in the face and said: ‘That’s not true, that’s not what happened. You are lying,'” he recalled.

Police officers stepped in to separate the Leftist and the irate father and husband. Smith, however, was the one who was handcuffed and dragged out of the meeting.

Smith slammed the prosecutor for pressing charges against him. He also blasted the Justice Department for making him an example concerning tension at all school board meetings.

He called Biberaj, “One of the most evil people I’ve ever met.”

Right on cue, Bilberaj objected to Youngkin pardoning Smith on Friday. She called the pardon a “political stunt” and “unprecedented, inappropriate intervention into an active legal case.”

She went on to accuse the governor of making himself “judge and jury” over herself, and other officials involved in the case.

Smith contended that Bilberaj needs to be voted out of office.

“Unfortunately, I had to deal with her face to face with the prosecution of the sexual predator of my daughter,” the father commented. “We need to vote her out.”

That same boy who assaulted Smith’s daughter reportedly went on to attack another girl.

Smith’s daughter was pinned to the floor of the bathroom by the boy in a bathroom stall. A teacher would later testify that she saw two pairs of feet sticking out from the stall but did not interfere with the assault. The 15-year-old would eventually be found guilty of forcible sodomy and forcible fellatio.

Three hours following that, the boy was still at large. Principal Tim Flynn attempted to get a no-trespass letter against the father, who had arrived at the school by that time.

Students staged a walkout in a show of “solidarity” for the victim. Some students stood in front of the school, chanting, “Loudoun County Protects Rapists!”

The boy was allowed into the bathroom because he told staff he identified as female. The school’s policy permitted him to use the girls’ bathroom.

Two months later the boy was finally arrested. After that, he proceeded to sexually assault another girl at a different school on October 6.

The teen was later found guilty in both cases in a juvenile court but it was Scott Smith that the Soros district attorney wanted to make an example out of.

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