The Chesterfield Police Department has arrested a former Richmond Christian School volleyball coach for sexually assaulting a player.
Police said Elisabeth R. Bredemeier, 21, of the 2600 of Red Lane Road in Powhatan, sexually assaulted a 17-year-old girl while in a custodial relationship. Chesterfield police said the assaults took place off school grounds.
A source told 8News the victim’s family reported the relationship to the school and police.
The female sex terrorist was arrested and charged with taking indecent liberties with a child by a custodian and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Police are still investigating this incident.
Richmond Christian School released a statement on Monday night. Bredemeier was still listed as a varsity girls volleyball coach on the school’s website through Monday evening.
In their statement, Richmond Christian School acknowledged Bredemeier’s arrest and charges against a minor. They verified her recent employment as the girls’ volleyball coach and said she is no longer employed by them. They did not give an exact termination date.
The rest of the statement read, “We understand that the alleged conduct took place off school grounds. Child safety, education and development are paramount here at RCS. As such, we are deeply disturbed by the allegations; we take these developments and their potential impact on our community very seriously; and we are cooperating with authorities. Since this is an on-going police investigation, given the legal process, please understand that we are not able to comment further at this time”
The wretched female pedophile also used to work for the Richmond Volleyball Club as an assistant coach for the boys’ team. The club said the employment is seasonal and the season ended in June.
A manager with the club said she had no comments on the charges, but feels they have strong policies in place to protect their players.
Bredemeier has a podcast called “Let’s Talk Trauma.” The description said it is an open space for listening and sharing traumatic experiences in life.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Chesterfield County Police Department at 804-748-1251.