Police arrested a Miami-Dade high school employee Monday on charges that he allegedly sexually assaulted a minor at his apartment this past weekend.
36-year-old Dominic Johnson was arrested while at Carol City Senior High School and charged with one count of sexual battery on a minor.
According to an arrest report, Johnson sent a text message Sunday afternoon to the 16-year-old victim that he had a gift for her at his apartment.
When she arrived at the apartment located at the 300 block of Northeast 208th Terrace, the victim asked to use the bathroom. Shortly after, Johnson allegedly touched the victim while she was clothed and began to touch himself.
Johnson told the victim he was going to get a condom and pushed the victim back into the bathroom when she tried to leave and began assaulting her.
He later threw a condom in a toilet and flushed it before leaving, according to the report.
Officers took Johnson into custody the following day, where he denied the allegations during questioning.
A judge in bond court Tuesday gave Johnson a $25,000 bond and ordered him to stay away from the victim.
“He raped me. He came onto me. He didn’t let me out of the bathroom," the victim told NBC 6.
She is a student at Carol City Senior High School, where Johnson worked as a security guard and assistant football coach.
“You were supposed to be her protector. You failed us, the community, coach. We thought you were more than that," the victim's mother said.
In a statement, officials with the Miami-Dade County Public Schools said they are proceeding with Johnson's termination.
"Miami-Dade County Public Schools is deeply disturbed to learn about the circumstances that led to this individual’s arrest," the statement read. "The allegations are reprehensible and unsettling, and will not be taken lightly. As such, the District has initiated employment termination proceedings, and will ensure that the individual is precluded from seeking future employment with this school system."