Junior baseball coach, 70, charged with & # 39; mistreatment of children from the age of nine and filming the gruesome abuse is accused after two decades of harassment & # 39;
- Former baseball coach accused of attacking players as young as nine years old
- The man had met the boys in a sports club in Pittwater on the northern beaches of Sydney
- The 70-year-old is said to have attacked between 1994 and 2017
- A 12-year-old boy is said to have left with a foot fracture and reportedly filmed
A former baseball coach was sued after he allegedly attacked players as young as nine and filmed the attacks.
The 70-year-old had met the boys in a sports club in Pittwater, on the northern beaches of Sydney, and allegedly committed the abuse between 1994 and 2017.
The boys were between nine and 20 years old at the time of the alleged attacks that took place in the area and outside the practice.
A former baseball coach was accused of attacking players as young as nine and allegedly filmed the attacks
A 12-year-old boy would have left a broken foot in one case and the players would have filmed during a series of private lessons.
Five men came to the police and claimed that the man had abused them as children, which led to a police investigation.
Officers arrested the man Wednesday morning in a house at Sanctuary Point, on the south coast of New South Wales.
The house was searched and various items were seized, including electronic storage devices, video tapes and documentation.
He was accused of 16 counts of common abuse, produced child abuse material, produced child pornography and abuse that caused physical injury.
The man was bailed Thursday on the Nowra local court.
The house was searched and various items were seized, including electronic storage devices, video tapes and documentation
Officers arrested the man on a Wednesday morning in a house at Sanctuary Point, along the south coast of New South Wales
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