Teenager Discloses Additional Incidents in St. Peter Immanuel's Athletic Director Sexual Assault Case
More charges have been added against a St. Peter-Immanuel School employee who is accused of sexually assaulting a student.
Elizabeth Dillettt was charged with four counts of sexual assault of a child by a person who works with children, two counts of sexual intercourse with a child age 16 or older, and two counts of second degree sexual assault of a child.
On April 18, the student in the case disclosed additional incidents of sexual intercourse between himself and the defendant.
According to the criminal complaint, Dillett was the athletic director, volleyball coach and track coach at St. Peter-Immanuel.
The defendant admitted to the student’s parents that she engaged in sexual relations with the student. According to the complaint, she allegedly begged the student’s parents not to report her to authorities.
Text messages were sent by the defendant to the father begging him to keep quiet and that she would “do anything to keep her name out of the public.”
She is currently on paid administrative leave. The school is doing their best to support all parties involved. They say they are offering counseling to the victim, his family, and all students and staff.
"It's not a win-win situation for anybody, and we're hopeful and prayerful that everybody goes through this and comes through on the other side as being better people," said Wolf.