Richmond Christian School principal convicted of failing to report sexual assault on students

Chesterfield County, Virginia (WRIC) – The principal of Richmond Christian School has been convicted of failing to report sexual assault in a timely manner.

66-year-old Dr. Clifton Williams was arrested in August 2021 after Richmond Christian School volleyball coach Elizabeth Bradmayer was accused of sexually assaulting a 17-year-old minor student.

Chesterfield police questioned Williams on August 16, 2021, and found that he “did not make the appropriate mandatory reports” about the alleged offense of Bradmeyer.

The Commonwealth prosecutor said that although Williams knew about the charges, he did not warn police until he was questioned a few days later.

Preliminary report:

Williams was sentenced to ten days in jail and fined $ 500 – his entire stay in prison was suspended.

Police said 21-year-old Elizabeth R. Brademayer of Pauhattan sexually assaulted a 17-year-old girl while in custody. Chesterfield police said the attacks took place near the school.

Bradmeyer was arrested and charged back in 2021 with indecent freedoms with a child by a guardian and aiding and abetting juvenile delinquency.

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