Woman Charged with Sexual Assault on a Minor Claims to work for Hernando Christian Academy
UPDATE: 5:49 P.M. – Attorney Matt Foreman has confirmed that Aimee Chevalier was employed by HCA as a cafeteria worker. She was terminated by HCA on June 8th of this year. Foreman declined to comment on what led to Chevalier’s firing.
BROOKSVILLE – Amid an ongoing sexual assault investigation of a former Hernando County Christian Academy staff member, the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a woman on similar charges who also claims to work for HCA.
On May 11th of this year, Brooksville Police arrested HCA employee, Bruce McAllister, at his home on Cappleman Loop. McAllister faced dozens of battery and sexual assault charges on at least two teenage foreign exchange students. As the case has progressed, McAllister’s charges were reduced to just 1 sexual assault and 2 battery charges. CLICK HERE FOR ORIGINAL ARTICLE
On Tuesday, the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office arrested 40-year-old Aimee Chevalier on charges of sexual assault on a minor and cruelty towards a child. Chevalier remains behind bars on a $12,000 bond and must wear a GPS monitoring device upon her release.
The details of the case are unknown and officials are not commenting at this time.
We tried to speak with administrators at HCA but they refused to comment. We spoke to HCA’s attorney, former Hernando County School Board member, Matt Foreman, who says he will provide a statement later today.
At this time it is unknown if Chevalier’s arrest is related to Bruce McAllister’s case or if this is a completely unrelated incident.According to Chevalier’s Facebook page, she has worked at HCA since 2015 but that has not been confirmed.
Chevalier was arrested 2007 for petit theft and placed on a pre-trial intervention program. She was arrested later that same year for organized fraud and again placed on an a pre-trial intervention program. In 2013, Chevalier was arrested on numerous counts of fraudulently obtaining prescription medication. And for the third time in a row, a judge placed her on a drug related pre-trial intervention program, which she completed in 2014.
We will continue to follow this story and bring more details as they develop.
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