A swimming trainer from Sydney, accused of sexually assaulting 10 young girls, previously worked as an instructor at an exclusive girls' school.
Before working at the Mosman Swim Center, 20-year-old Kyle Daniels worked at the Ravenswood School for Girls in Sydney, where he also assisted as a swimming coach.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, police are now investigating his time at school after filing additional charges for a new victim last week.
The former prefect of Knox grammar now faces a total of 36 charges for alleging that he sexually abused nine female students at the pool he was working on.
Although no complaints have been filed regarding the 12 months Daniels has spent in Ravenswood, the police are reported to be investigating his time there.
The prestigious Christian school in Sydney's affluent Upper North Shore includes students from K-12 with annual fees of over $ 30,000 for older students.
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A seven-year-old girl is the tenth alleged victim who alleges sexual assault against swimming instructor Kyle James Henk Daniels (20) from Sydney (pictured with his mother).
Before working at the Mosman Swim Center, 20-year-old Kyle Daniels worked at the Ravenswood School for Girls in Sydney, where he also assisted as a swimming coach
Daniel's last alleged victim, aged seven, reported to the NSW police earlier this week.
Police will claim Daniels sexually assaulted the young girl between February and June 2018 at the Mosman Swim Center on Sydney's lower north coast.
He was charged with an additional number of indecent assaults on a person under the age of 16, and an order to arrest violence (AVO) was issued on behalf of the girl.
Daniels’s lawyer said his client disputes the allegations.
The AVO was the eighth to be played against Daniels.
Daniels, who is currently studying sports science at the University of Sydney, has been charged with incidents that the police said occurred between January 1, 2018 and March 2 of this year when he was employed as a swimming instructor.
Allegations include sexual intercourse with a child under the age of 10, deliberate sexual contact with a child under the age of 10 and indecent assault by a person under the age of 16.
Daniels is now charged with a total of 35 crimes related to the alleged sexual assault on young girls at the Mosman Swim Center on Sydney's north coast. He also has eight AVOs against him
Court documents claim Daniel's alleged offenses began in January 2018 with the indecent assault of a ten-year-old girl.
These are among the allegations Daniels had intercourse with a seven-year-old girl eight times in just three weeks.
The documents also allege that Daniels committed sexual offenses against swimming students up to 10 days before his arrest.
The shocking allegations against Daniels prompted the police to hold an information night for concerned parents on the city's north coast last Thursday.
A mother who attended the evening told the Daily Mail Australia police that she had focused on the common behavior of children who had been abused after some of Daniels' alleged victims had not been discovered for more than a year.
As part of his bail, Daniels (pictured) must report to Manly Police Station daily
A SCHEDULE FOR THE ALLEGED VIOLATIONS OF DANIELS:
2018: January 1st to November 30th
– Allegedly indecently attacked a ten-year-old girl on four different occasions
– Allegedly indecently attacked a girl, five
– Supposedly a girl, seven, indecently attacked
October 24th to November 14th
– During this time, Daniels raped a girl eight times, seven
September 22 to November 30
– Supposedly one girl, seven, indecently attacked on eight different occasions
– Supposedly sexually touches a girl, seven
– Supposedly sexually touches a girl under the age of 10
2019: February 2nd
– Supposedly sexually touches a girl, six, twice
14th of February
– Allegedly raped a girl, six
December 1, 2018 to March 2, 2019
– Allegedly sexually touched a young girl four times
"It's usually such a nice, family-oriented area," said the mother.
Almost 100 parents attended the RSVP informational event, and dozens of others whose names were not on the list refused to enter.
Those who were allowed to attend the session said they shouldn't ask the police about the allegations or investigation into Daniels.
"They told us at the beginning of the session that it was not about the (alleged) incidents in the swimming pool and that we were asked to leave if we had any questions," said a woman.
At a bail hearing last month, Daniels' lawyer said his client had emphatically rejected the charges.
Daniels spent more than a week behind bars after his arrest before being released on bail on Wednesday, March 20.
A $ 100,000 guarantee was issued to secure his freedom. The strict conditions for daily reporting to the police, non-compliance with pools and handing over his passport were also laid down.
The alleged sexual assault by Daniels is said to have taken place in and around the pool of the Mosman Swim Center (picture) between January 2018 and March 2019
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