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Another Man Comes Forward Allegeing Sexual Abuse By Stanley Marsh 3

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Another man has filed a lawsuit against Stanley Marsh 3 joining others who’ve claimed they’ve been sexually abused by Marsh.

The lawsuit was filed April 14th in Potter County.  The anonymous plaintiff claims he regularly had sex with Marsh and was given drugs and alcohol when he was a minor.  He also claims Marsh gave him money.  The plaintiff says he kept the abuse secret from his parents.

This is the latest in a string of abuse allegations and lawsuits against Marsh.  Only one, Stanton Coldiron has included their name on their respective lawsuits.

For more see this source article.

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