Parkland Guard Accused of Sexually Harassing One Of The Survivors

The school security monitor who did not stop the gunman at the Parkland, Florida, high school was suspended last year for sexually harassing one of the victims, Meadow Pollack, and another female student.

Andrew Medina, the 39-year-old campus monitor who was transferred to another school when it was disclosed that he didn't confront the shooter, Nikolas Cruz, or call a "Code Red" to trigger a lockdown and summon police, was lightly punished for sexually harassing two teenagers in 2017.

Hunter Pollack, Meadow's brother, told BuzzFeed News that his sister had complained to her boyfriend about Medina's "ongoing gross behavior."

"He would call her names like 'gorgeous and sweetheart' and just be a creep," Hunter Pollack said. "And when her boyfriend confronted him about it, he threatened him, too."

Broward County School District investigated Medina, who is also a baseball coach, last year. Investigators wrote in a report, citing surveillance tape from Feb. 16, 2017, that Medina targeted the girls in the hallway. He asked one whether he could visit her at her job after school and told another she was "fine as fuck," the Sentinel reported.

To see the video of him discussing his reaction to the shooting, see below...

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