USA Swimming Sexual Abuse

Attorney Robert Allard has played a significant role in holding USA Swimming accountable for sexual abuse within the organization. Allard has represented numerous survivors of sexual abuse in cases involving USA Swimming, and has been a vocal critic of the organization’s handling of abuse allegations. There is a long history of sexual abuse within USA…

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USA Swimming hit by another sexual abuse lawsuit

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New lawsuit by Corsiglia, McMahon & Allard alleges USA Swimming’s quest for profit allowed serial sexual predator Andy King to abuse young East Bay swimmer Yet another swimmer has come forward alleging disgraced coach Andy King sexually abused her after he was first exposed as a pedophile. The allegations are contained in a new lawsuit…

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Ariana Kukors Smith Settlement Against USA Swimming

The sexual abuse lawsuit brought forth by Olympian Ariana Kukors Smith has been resolved nearly two years after Mrs. Kukors Smith filed the action. The monetary settlement reached by USA Swimming’s insurance companies and Mrs. Kukors Smith will allow the 2012 Olympian to re-focus on the sport that she loves and to begin healing. “I…

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USA Swimming Sexual Abuse Lawsuits

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Three lawsuits filed against USA Swimming allege it enabled sexual predator-coaches to abuse young girls Six victims identify former coaches Everett Uchiyama, Mitch Ivey and Andy King as their sexual abusers; King is a convicted child molester who is serving 40 years for his crimes. The three lawsuits that were filed in early June 2020…

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Stockton Swim Club sued following coach’s arrest for sex abuse

shunichi fujishima

The January 2019 arrest of Stockton Swim Club Coach Shunichi Fujishima has exposed yet another youth athletic organization that ignored its duty to protect the children in its care. Fujishima, 23, faces criminal charges that he had unlawful sexual intercourse with a 12-year-old girl he was coaching at the Stockton Swim Club. The club is…

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