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A former Warren Central High School teacher and softball coach has been accused of sexual misconduct in Indiana. Authorities say Brittany Mang, a junior varsity softball coach and Spanish teacher at the high school, engaged in an inappropriate relationship with a student. She has been charged on two counts of sexual misconduct with a minor and child solicitation.

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Were you or a loved one sexually abused by Brittany Mang? Our experienced personal injury attorneys are here to help. You are not alone. We believe you, and we believe your child deserves justice. Thanks to Indiana's strong tradition of civil law, your family has powerful legal options. You may be eligible to pursue a private civil lawsuit, pursuing significant financial compensation and accountability from the parties responsible for your child's abuse.

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Warren Central Teacher, Softball Coach Accused Of Sexual Misconduct

Brittany Mang has been accused of seducing a 15-year-old student at Warren Central High School. Officials for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department were tipped off to the case after a Department of Child Services report was made by the victim's mother. In her report, the mother said she had found suggestive text messages between Mang and her 15-year-old daughter, messages she found "oddly intimate," including "I can't live without you" and "I want you to be with me."

Authorities soon spoke to the girl in a police interview, during which the alleged victim said she had met Mang in January at the beginning of Warren Central High School's spring semester. Mang served as the girl's Spanish teacher and junior varsity softball coach. The relationship between Mang and the girl began as "motherly," the girl said, but that all changed in April, when the mother allowed her daughter to stay at Mang's home overnight, including a four-night stay.

The alleged victim told authorities that she would lie down on a futon in a guest bedroom and Mang would lie down next to her to talk. Mang would allegedly "stroke and caress" the girl to comfort her as she fell asleep. The girl recalled one occasion when she said Mang kissed her on the cheek and then the lips. As time passed, the contact between Mang and the alleged victim became increasingly sexual, coming to include kissing and touching, according to the affidavit of probable cause.

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The girl told authorities that she became close to Mang over the course of time, confiding in her more and more. She says she "felt safe with her," according to police documents. Mang allegedly told the girl "I love you" on several occasions and the alleged victim would say it back. Court documents show that Mang is married, according to the Indianapolis Star.

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In the wake of these troubling allegations, our experienced sexual abuse attorneys have launched a full investigation into the alleged misconduct of Brittany Mang. At least one alleged victim has come forward to accuse Mang of abuse, but our attorneys believe that additional victims may have yet to speak out. If you or a loved one were abused by Brittany Mang, please know that you are not alone. Our experienced attorneys are here to help. We believe that you deserve justice.

Our attorneys understand the painful and powerful emotions caused by sexual abuse. You may be struggling to deal with feelings of shock and anger, depression and hatred. These emotions can be overpowering, but they are natural reactions to a terrible trauma. You did nothing wrong. This was not your fault. If the allegations against Brittany Mang are true, she took advantage of her position and authority to seduce a student into sexual behavior. This is inexcusable.

Your family may be eligible to file a private civil lawsuit against Mang and the school at which she taught. High schools of all sizes have a sworn obligation to prevent sexual abuse and protect students from dangerous sexual predators. There are indications that Warren Central High School may have failed to uphold this obligation.

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