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Lee man sues care provider claiming sex assault by employee
Hutchins said in court papers that his client's son was diagnosed with autism and also received services from Living Innovations, which employed Riley. The services were arranged through Community Partners of Strafford County Foundation, according to the lawsuit.
Hutchins said in court papers that the young man first disclosed to a worker at Community Partners of Strafford County on June 7, 2011, that he was being sexually abused by Riley. But the complaint was ultimately determined to be "unfounded" after a brief investigation by a Community Partners coordinator, the lawsuit claims.
He said that the young man then decided not to pursue the complaint "to avoid further shame and embarrassment."
In his criminal case, Riley's lawyer, Lincoln Soldati, recently won the approval of a judge to obtain a forensic evaluation of the victim.
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