The Kansas man sues for the founding restitution of the church school of his $ 150K donation after the charges of the child sex
The man from Kansas sues for donation from his $ 150,000 church school donation after the founder is arrested for molesting nine children
- Dennis R. Creason, 49, was arrested on accusations of indecent liberties in August
- Creason founded the Oaklawn Christian School in Shawnee, Kansas
- Now church member Joseph Layne Creason complains for the return of $ 150,000
- Layne says he donated the money for school construction that never happened
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Dennis R. Creason, 49, was arrested in August in Shawnee, Kansas
A man in Kansas filed a lawsuit against the founder of a church school that was arrested for child abuse to get a donation of $ 150,000.
Oaklawn Christian School founder Dennis R. Creason, 49, was arrested in Shawnee, Kansas in August and charged with nine counts of aggravated indecent liberties with a child.
Now church member Joseph Layne has filed a lawsuit in Johnson County District Court against Creason, his wife Robin Creason, and the school, reports the Kansas City Star.
In the lawsuit it is claimed that Dennis Creason Layne asked for a donation for the construction of a new building for the school in June 2017.
Layne, who owns a software company, donated over $ 150,000, and Creason claimed that half of the money was spent on ordering wood for the building, according to the complaint.
Creason and his wife Robin (together above) were named in the lawsuit where a refund of a $ 150,000 gift was asked to build a new building for their school.
Students from the Oaklawn Christian School are working on a project in April. The school closed definitively after the founder was arrested in August for child abuse
However, the lawsuit says that no wood has ever arrived for the school.
Creason was arrested in August before a substantial construction started at the new school, claims the lawsuit.
As a result of the arrest of Creason, the school did not reopen in autumn and it is expected that the school will not continue working.
Creason was originally accused of harassing three children under the age of 14.
After the police had asked other potential victims to come forward, the charges were increased to nine counts.
The parents of two children claimed in a civil procedure that Creason would repeatedly take them to the basement of the school and leave them on his lap.
Creason is seen during a court session in August. He is charged with nine counts of aggravated indecent liberties with a child
Renovations will be shown to the school in August 2017. The school is now permanently closed
Despite the protests of the children, he committed "sexual misconduct & # 39; with them, claims the lawsuit of the parents.
Another parent told KCTV that she had taken her daughter out of school after she witnessed Creason rubbing the young girl's shoulders despite her protests. The mother said she spoke then, but her protests were directed at deaf ears.
& # 39; He used the Lord as a stool. That is not what Christianity is. That breaks my heart, "the parent said.
Creason is held in Johnson County Prison in anticipation of a bail of $ 500,000. He will appear in court on 5 February.