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More Victims In Donald Fitzpatrick Red Sox Child Abuse Scandal

Former Red Sox clubhouse chief, Donald Fitzpatrick died in 2005 but he has left a stain on the Boston Red Sox organization forever with more victims of alleged sexual abuse coming forward.

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WTEN reports that two more victims have come forward to accuse former Red Sox clubhouse chief Donald Fitzpatrick of molestation.  The men alleged that Fitzpatrick sexually abused them in 1991 and are seeking $5 million each in settlement.  With all of the sexual abuse scandals right now it’s no surprise that mosre alleged victims are starting to come forward.

The Red Sox had already settled with one man who claimed that Fitzpatrick molested him in the 1970′s.  Team attorneys have requested to meet with the two men.

[WTEN]

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