Doerr case has “Jane Doe” wanting to be private matters
November 2, 2017
Former President Judge Thomas Doerr has been accused of sexual misconduct with a female probation officer in Butler County. However, the complainant wants to be kept private still. The female probation officer told courts that if her name was revealed, it could lead to devastating consequences for her and her family.
U.S. District Judge Cathy Bissoon is questioning why she is hiding her real name. Bissoon stated that she may dismiss the case since she will not use her real name. A file of the order has been issued to “Jane Doe” to request a hearing as to why she should not use her real legal name on the case.
“Doe” and her attorney reiterated the fact that she is not looking for public attention, nor media coverage. Both “Doe” and her attorney has declined several news media inquiries. The attorney has pointed out that several Facebook commentators have made “misogynistic and threatening comments”.
One comment called her “slutty” and that she should “be fixed so she can’t breed any young Demon Spawn on this Earth.” The attorney has indicated that this case could lead to devastating consequences if her name is released because she lives and works within the community of Butler.