U.S. Army Sex Assault Prevention Coordinator Allegedly Convinced Soldier to Prostitute Herself
Coordinated a liaison with another soldier, allegedly
The U.S. Army sexual-assault prevention coordinator under investigation for "abusive sexual contact" got a soldier to prostitute herself with another military service member, according to a congressional aide.
After getting the private first class to engage in prostitution, the sergeant first class based at Fort Hood, Texas, tried to coax another woman in the military to do the same, according to the aide who was familiar with the matter and asked not to be identified because he wasn't authorized to speak with the media. The second woman resisted and lodged a complaint a month ago, according to the aide.