New Jersey Soccer Coach Sues After Being Fired for Sexting with Player’s Mom

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New Jersey Soccer Coach Sues After Being Fired for Sexting with Player’s Mom

A couple is suing the Sayreville Democratic Organization, public officials, residents, and other soccer officials for wrongful termination of the husband’s coaching position after a consensual sexual relationship between him and the mother of one of his players was revealed.

The official’s wife had been diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer and believed she was terminal, prompting her to encourage her husband to enter a consensual three-way relationship with the soccer mom to be taken care of after she passed away.

In July 2019, the soccer official became involved with a team on which the soccer mom’s son played, which led to tension when they suggested Nike jerseys violated an agreement with Adidas. That same month, the soccer coach brought up sexual harassment charges against him unless he resigned his position as coach. After this, borough administrators and politicians became involved in trying to pressure him to resign while spreading false statements about him online.

“Unfortunately, many people today think that they can make up lies about others, spread those lies and that there will not be consequences,” said New Brunswick-based attorney Craig Aronow, who is representing the soccer official in court. “There is a pile of evidence proving that the defendants have smeared the plaintiffs’ reputations with zero regard for the impact the lies have had on their reputations and their lives in the community. Justice will be done.”

The couple is seeking compensatory damages, punitive damages, attorney fees, and any other relief that has been decided by the court.

The full story can be found here.

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