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A high school athletic trainer accused of sexually assaulting teenage boys in the late 1980s has made the stunning confession that he masturbated them but says it was not sexual and was only ever designed to ‘boost their performance’.
James E. ‘Doc’ Jensen was sued by 18 unnamed victims from Custer County High School in Montana last week for his abuse of them between 1970 and 1998.
The article goes on to state the following:
They said in their lawsuit that he performed oral sex on them and anally probed them in addition to masturbating them and telling them never to tell anyone because the ‘special’ treatment boosted their performance so much that it would be considered cheating by other schools.
The victims are all male and while 18 of them put their names behind the lawsuit, they believe there are another 80 victims who Jensen assaulted.
Jensen, 78, did not deny sexually assaulting the boys by masturbating them.
With shocking audacity, he told The Billings Gazette this weekend: ‘I did masturbate some of the boys.
And I’m sorry for that. But, the lawsuit said there was also oral sex and anal probing, and that isn’t true.
‘I guess I thought back then when I was doing it, that it was doing for the boys what I said it would do. I’m not so sure now that I look back on it. There was nothing sexual in it for me,’ he said.
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‘I did masturbate some of the boys but the oral sex and anal probing aren’t true’ https://t.co/raeOkEPolI
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) September 24, 2018
Reached Friday at his Miles City apartment, James E. “Doc” Jensen offered an apology to the victims he sexually assaulted during his 28-year tenure as an athletic trainer at Custer County District High School athletic. https://t.co/6ADqwSYJkb pic.twitter.com/F1OBJBXcLE
— Missoulian (@missoulian) September 21, 2018
A lawsuit filed against James “Doc” Jensen, former athletic trainer at Custer County District High School in Montana accuses him of sexually abusing 100 students and many athletes during his tenure at the school which lasted for nearly 20 years. https://t.co/RG7leTvGXC
— lex (@lex6m) September 24, 2018
During 28 years working as an athletic trainer for the Custer County District High School in Miles City, James “Doc” Jensen groomed and sexually abused as many as 100 boys, according to a lawsuit filed Friday.https://t.co/oUaXzSeChI pic.twitter.com/RkIhsEfQn6
— 406 Sports (@406mtsports) September 21, 2018