Parents angry after judge allows accused rapist to go back to high school

COCONUT CREEK, FLA. (WSVN) – A high school student accused of raping a woman is returning to class, and parents aren’t happy about it.

A judge has allowed 19-year-old Gibson Sylvain to attend classes at Monarch High School in Coconut Creek before his trial.

Some parents said they are concerned about the situation. “I think it’s disgusting, and my daughter should not be nervous to come to her school,” said one mother.

Another parent was in disbelief. “I think it is horrible. I think it is very scary, and it upsets me,” she said, “and being allowed to be back in school? No! I think that disturbs me.”

They said they don’t know why a judge would allow the 19-year-old, who is accused of raping a woman at a Coconut Creek bus stop, to attend school while he’s out of jail on house arrest.

“If we don’t stick up for our children, who will?” said

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