(CMR) A father in Jamaica has written a letter to the Cayman Islands Ministry of Education warning about a new assistant teacher whom he said raped his teen daughter while she was here in the Cayman Islands for the summer holidays.
According to the letter, a copy of which has been seen by CMR, the incident, which took place recently, was reported to the police, and the accused man (60) was arrested; however, the traumatized teen does not want to proceed with the matter in court.
The father said his daughter was spending time here with a female relative when the teen was left alone with her husband while the female relative traveled. During that time, when the woman was away, the teen was allegedly raped by her husband.
Reports are that he took away the child’s phone so she could not contact anyone.
“This man is a predator who should not be allowed to spend time with defenseless children,” the father told the Ministry in his letter.
According to the letter, the accused man has a reputation in Jamaica for molesting women. The father said he had reservations about sending his daughter to the Cayman Islands, but his female family member assured him his daughter would be “her responsibility.”
The father said his daughter was taken to the hospital for a rape kit, and family members are also willing to speak to the Ministry to confirm the incident happened.
The accused man was expected to start working as an assistant teacher when the new school year starts, according to the letter.
CMR sources have revealed that the accused man has worked with the Prison Service and is currently employed at a West Bay facility. There are also allegations that he has assaulted others while in the Cayman Islands.