FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) - After parents were outraged when he was allowed to go back to school, a teen who stands accused of raping a woman will go before a judge. Gibson Sylvain made a courtroom appearance Tuesday, where a judge will decide whether or not he will continue going to school. Sylvain is accused of raping a woman behind a bus stop in Coconut Creek.
COCONUT CREEK, FLA. (WSVN) - A newly released police interrogation video is revealing new details of a case involving a Coconut Creek teen accused of raping a woman. The teen was arrested on five counts of sexual battery, but what has called so much attention to the case is that a judge allowed the teen to go back to high school. Coconut Creek Police brought Gibson Sylvain into the interview room and handcuffed him to the table in a police interrogation video obtained exclusively by 7News.
COCONUT CREEK, FLA. (WSVN) - A high school student accused of raping a woman is returning to class, and parents aren’t happy about it. A judge has allowed 19-year-old Gibson Sylvain to attend classes at Monarch High School in Coconut Creek before his trial. Some parents said they are concerned about the situation. “I think it’s disgusting, and my daughter should not be nervous to come to her school,” said one mother. Another parent was in disbelief. “I think it is horrible.
Judge reverses decision on teen rape suspect -- deciding he can no longer attend Monarch High School, and instead locking him up. Many Coconut Creek parents relieved by the ruling. @wsvnhttps://t.co/CIrSeHcQFS
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