Posted: Mar 28, 2013 3:09 PM
Updated: Mar 28, 2013 5:40 PM
CORPUS CHRISTI - A spokesperson for Corpus Christi ISD says the district's police department has concluded there is no evidence to support claims a girl was raped on the campus of Moody High School this week.
On Monday, police and paramedics were called to the campus after a 14-year-old girl claimed a boy assaulted her at a sports field.
The mother spoke yesterday saying that the girl had received threatening text messages since making the allegations. The mother told us a boy her daughter did not know dragged her from the school and took her to the field.
According to the mother, an officer showed up as the girl's clothes were removed and the boy was partially disrobed. She says both children ran off when confronted by the officer.
The Corpus Christi ISD Police Department was withholding comment on the case during the investigation. Again, they say there is no evidence a sexual assault took place.
This afternoon the girl's mother told us she still believes what her daughter's story. She tells us she plans on seeking counseling for her daughter and will seek to move her to another school.
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