Carmel, Ind.—UPDATE: The father of a 14 year-old sexual hazing victim at times broke down as he and his wife detailed the trauma and emotional pain his son has endured since they say their son was attacked on the back of a school bus January 22nd.
"My son is no longer at carmel," said the boy's father, who asked that the family's name not been revealed.
"Disappointed" is the word they used when they learned the grand jury only recommended misdemeanors for the four Carmel High School seniors involved in the alleged sexual hazing.
"There was clothes taken off and anal penetration," said the couple's attorney Bob Turner.
The couple grabbed for each other's hands as they fielded questions from reporters.
"He is a hero for coming forward," said the father.
Their attorney also said the victim confided to a coach but nothing was done.
"We just want to see change at Carmel High," said the victims mother.
The family has filed a tort claim against the school district which means a civil suit may be brought.
"I'm aware of another victim(on the bus), but their family has been reluctant to come forward and speak out," said Turner.
"There were more than just the locker room and bus incidents that this victim endured," said Turner in reference to his 14 year-old client.
"He may speak eventually," said Turner.
"We just felt it was time to speak especially with talk during grand jury testimony that the victim may have asked for it. No victim asks to be attacked like this," said Turner.
"The truth needs to come out" said the victim's mother.
Fox59 reporter Kim King was at Wednesday's news conference and she will have a full report on Fox59 News: First at Four.
This story will be updated.
Wednesday at 1:00 p.m., the attorney representing one of the victims in the Carmel High School assault case is scheduled to hold a news conference at his office with the parents of one of the victims.
Local attorney Bob Turner is expected to address the misdemeanor charges and lack of felonies against the four senior basketball players.
He also plans to address the way administrators have handled of the case, as well as the video that has surfaced of four boys practicing their golf swings in Hamilton County Jail. Fox59 News also hopes to learn why they are still not releasing details of the tort claim, which is their paperwork filed against Carmel Clay School Corporation of their intention to sue.
Fox59 will be attending Mr. Turner's news conference. This story will be updated.