CRANSTON, RHODE ISLAND: A 33-year-old Rhode Island cheer mentor is accused of attacking a 12-year-old young lady consistently for quite a long time, beginning when the young lady was just 12. The young lady is currently a grown-up.
Alyshia Tkacs was arrested on June 17 after the supposed casualty approached in April and said something. As per the Daily Mail, criminal investigators from the East Providence Police Department found evidence that the casualty met Tkacs in 2012 when the casualty was training a cutthroat cheerleading crew. It is said that the assault happened until 2014. “The casualty said that the rapes happened pretty much consistently for quite some time in East Providence and Barrington, Rhode Island,” Lt. Michael Rapoza said.
The blamed was a medical caretaker at Woman and Infants Hospital. After the allegations became exposed, she was suspended without pay. The clinic is claimed via Care New England. Their representative, Raina Smith, said in an explanation that “Care New England backgrounded checks prior to employing, and they were perfect.” She has been terminated and isn’t getting compensated. She is likewise not permitted on our grounds. We care very much about the wellbeing and security of our local area, so when we caught wind of it, we acted immediately.”
The proprietor of CheerFactor All Stars, where the suspect’s young little girl is supposed to be a team promoter, likewise said something. It said, “If it’s not too much trouble, know that Alyshia Tkacs has never educated, trained, or worked for CheerFactor or any of its subsidiary rec centers or projects in any capacity.” As the parent of an elite player cheer competitor, her main association with the program is that her girl is a member.
Veronica Seavey went to nursing school with Tkacs, and she let NBC know that she can’t trust the allegations. “She had a little girl that age, and it didn’t appear as though something she would do,” Seavey said. “She was my medical caretaker at Women and Infants when I had my child three and a half months prior. She said, “You can’t confide in anybody.” She was happy that the casualty made some noise. “Who knows, perhaps that lady just saved her little girl from it. We couldn’t say whether she held a ton of children back from being mishandled, however it’s conceivable,” she said.
The Barrington Police Department is additionally investigating the cases. The previous mentor hasn’t entered a request yet, and online records don’t show that she has a legal counselor who can represent her. Police said that Tkacs is being held without bail at the Cranston Women’s Facility. She is expected in court on June 23.