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Young cheerleader charged with child sex crimes accused of "jealous rivalry"


Young cheerleader accused of sex offenses against girls in her care accuses the "jealous rivalry" between two teams

  • Cheerleading trainer, who is charged with child sex offenses, will vigorously fight the charges
  • The 22-year-old woman appeared before the Adelaide Magistrates Court on Wednesday
  • Lawyer Craig Caldicott told reporters outside the court client that they would not plead guilty
  • He suggested that there might have been jealous rivalries between the cheering clubs

A young cheerleader who is charged with sex offenses against a girl in her care will fight the charges, which she believes result from "jealous rivalry".

The 22-year-old woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, appeared before the Adelaide Magistrates Court on Wednesday for a number of ongoing sexual exploitations.

The woman is accused of having made several inappropriate touches between 2015 and 2017 and allegedly showing videos to the victim, ABC said.

Attorney Craig Caldicott told reporters in court that his client would not plead guilty and would fight the charges.

A young cheerleader charged with sex offenses against a girl in her care will vigorously fight the "jealous rivalry" charge.

"There was a club change and the allegations came after the new club was founded," said Caldicott.

"It seems like there have been jealous rivalries."

Mr. Caldicott, the charges would be "hard fought and hard fought".

He added that the allegations, which "seemed to go a long way back", made his client very angry and prevented her from working.

Documents submitted to the court by the South Australia Police say the offenses occurred between August 2015 and December 2017, the Adelaide Advertiser reported.

Police allege that there have been at least three sexual acts against a minor, including inappropriate touching and kissing.

The woman, who was charged in March, is also accused of showing the victim's videos with sexually inappropriate content.

The matter will be brought to trial again in July.

The 22-year-old woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, appeared before the Adelaide Magistrates Court (picture) on Wednesday for a number of ongoing sexual exploitations

The 22-year-old woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, appeared before the Adelaide Magistrates Court (picture) on Wednesday for a number of ongoing sexual exploitations

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