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New victim comes forward as Drexel Hill man accused of sexual assault of a child appears in court

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UPPER PROVIDENCE TWP. Pa. - Another victim has come forward weeks after learning a Delaware County former referee is accused of sexually abusing a child, as the Drexel Hill man appeared in court Thursday.William "Bill" Brown turned his face away from the camera as he arrived shackled at District Court.

The 57-year-old former referee of middle and high school athletics is accused of the repeated sexual assault of a boy, beginning when he was 6 to 8-years-old and continuing until he was 12.Steve Pacillio is Brown’s attorney."He did not do this?" asked FOX 29’s Jeff Cole."I’m looking at the evidence myself.

I have seen enough evidence to conclude that he did," Pacillio replied.Brown, a Drexel Hill resident, faced his accuser Thursday, as the court was cleared and the teenager spoke of the alleged abuse he suffered in the basement of Brown’s home and at a campground.The prosecution revealed it was adding five counts of child rape against Brown.

The District Justice found sufficient evidence for him to stand trial. He also hiked Brown’s bail to $250,000 cash after the prosecutor revealed a 30-year-old man has come forward to say he was also abused by Brown as a child and claims there’s an alleged third victim who has since died."Mr.

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