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The New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence called on the media not to name the victim, “to ensure her right to privacy and safety.”
“All victims of domestic violence face barriers when deciding whether to come forward and report their abuse. When the abuser is someone in the public eye, victims face additional public scrutiny, which often keeps them from speaking out,” said coalition executive director Lyn Schollet.
“These charges are serious. New Hampshire communities expect elected officials to uphold the laws they pass. We stand by this victim and all survivors in accessing resources and support and seeking justice,” Schollet said.