Peel Regional Police say a 20-year-old man from Brampton came forward on Tuesday and reported four separate sex assaults that took place between the end of September and up to November 5, 2018. The alleged assaults took place at an educational institution in the area of Queen Street East and Kennedy Road South in Brampton.
Lobo is the Director of Admissions at triOS College in Brampton. A statement from the school says he’s been placed on leave for the duration of the investigation.
“triOS College is dedicated to the safety and security of all students and staff and has zero tolerance for sexual harassment and/or sexual violence in all of its forms,” read the statement on behalf of president Stuart Bentley, who added they are cooperating fully with police.
Investigators believe there could be other victims and are urging anyone with information to come forward.
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The director of admissions at a private college in Brampton has been accused of sexually assaulting a student, Peel Regional Police report.
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Police began investigating Tuesday (Nov. 6) after a 20-year-old man reported he had been sexually assaulted four times between the end of September and Nov. 5 at triOS College Brampton Campus on Queen Street East near Kennedy Road.
TriOS President Stuart Bentley told The Guardian Lobo was placed on leave as soon as the investigation began, noting the college acted quickly when the allegations came to light.
“TriOS College is dedicated to the safety and security of all students and staff and has zero tolerance for sexual harassment and/or sexual violence in all of its forms,” Bentley said.