Mager Parúas Represents the Family of an 11-year-old Boy Who was Allegedly Sexually Molested by a 47-year-old Baseball Coach
Firm Leads the Charge in Representing Victims of Abuse
In the latest case, Mager Parúas represents the family of an 11-year-old boy who was allegedly sexually molested by a 47-year-old baseball coach.
Attorneys Brian Paruas and Scott Mager have been asked to assist the 11-year-old boy and his family. The perpetrator, David Solomon, is accused of molesting two 11-year-old boys who were part of a Cooper City Optimist Club baseball team.
According to the Broward Sheriff’s Office, the sexual assaults occurred during sleepovers at Solomon’s home and during car rides. Broward judge Friday ordered a Cooper City baseball coach, accused of molesting boys on his team, held without bond. David Solomon, 47, has been jailed since July 23 on multiple sexual battery and lewd or lascivious molestation charges. Prosecutor Patyl Oflazian said both boys were told to keep the abuse a secret. One of the children indicated that the sexual abuse occurred during every car ride — “it was every single stop light and it was this game,” she said.
For reasons which remain unclear, the Cooper City Optimist Club did not perform much in the way of diligence or background before they hired Solomon, as Mager Paruas discovered that in 2000, Solomon faced several molestation charges involving minors in Miami-Dade County (that were dropped). In those previous incidents, Solomon, then a physical education teacher and a baseball coach, admitted to horseplay with the kids, such as wrestling and wedgies. Contact Mager Parúas at 844-800-LAWS for more information.