Former Olympic athlete Conrad Mainwaring was arrested on Wednesday for a sexual battery crime. The ESPN investigation found that more than 30 men were abused by the 67-year-old high school athletics coach in Los Angeles.
The ESPN report Outside The Lines claims that the abuse extended over a 44-year period, with the alleged recent allegation of abuse alleging abuse at the age of 14. The victim claimed Mainwaring had him in the area Abused it as a massage treatment in which he also touched his genitals. The LAPD filed only one indictment against Mainwaring, and Johnson said it could be due to the prescriptive period for suspected victims of the ESPN report.
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The alleged abuse occurred at American universities and summer camps, although Mainwaring was not an official in any of the allegations. Mainwaring has been reported to law enforcement agencies and employers in both England and the United States, but there are no records yet that it has ever been charged with a crime.
Mainwaring declined to answer questions about the allegations of men in the ESPN story. Attempts by USA TODAY Sports to find a lawyer for Mainwaring have been unsuccessful.
Mainwaring, who established himself as an independent coach in the west of Los Angeles, coached hurdler Felix Sanchez, who won Olympic gold in 2004 and 2012, but Sanchez was not one of the men who accused him of abuse.