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According to recent media reports, Randy Lee Boston was arrested for sexually abusing a first-grade student while employed as a teacher at West Chester Christian, a private religious school in Chester County, Pennsylvania, that is affiliated with the Bible Baptist Church of West Chester. At the time of his arrest, Boston was the pastor of a Baptist church in Shickshinny, Pennsylvania.

The alleged sexual abuse occurred during the 2007-2008 school year. Boston ordered the first-grade male student to follow him to a basement room as discipline for sticking his tongue out at a female student. Boston then allegedly forced the male student to receive oral sex and perform oral sex on Boston three times. Boston then took the student back to the classroom and forced him to apologize to the female student.

Boston was charged with felony involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, indecent assault, corruption of minors, endangering the welfare of children, false imprisonment, and other related charges. Boston denies any wrongdoing but reportedly admitted during questioning about the matter before his arrest that he finds elementary school children attractive. Boston’s case was transferred to Common Please Court for trial in West Chester.

Unfortunately, during the 2021 summer, four former Chester County school teachers have been criminally charged with sexually abusing students.

If you have information about sexual abuse by Randy Lee Boston or another trusted teacher, the attorneys at Crew Janci may be able to help. Our team has successfully represented victims of sexual abuse in private and public schools across the United States. Need help? Call 1-888-807-0224 or use our confidential online form. You are not alone; we are here to help.

Peter Janci

Peter has represented more than one hundred victims of sexual abuse over nearly a decade. In Spring of 2010, Peter Janci served as part of the Plaintiff’s trial team in Kerry Lewis v. Boy Scouts of America — a child sexual abuse trial in Portland, Oregon that resulted in a $19.9 million verdict for the Plaintiff. Peter has tried a number of jury and bench trials, in addition to representing clients at arbitration and meditation. Peter has also helped obtain dozens of other significant settlements for other survivors of sexual abuse.