Soccer Coach Arrested After Allegedly Fathering 15-Year-Old Former Player's Baby
He allegedly coerced the teen into having sex.
A soccer coach at a Philadelphia-owned playground was arrested this week after he allegedly fathered a 15-year-old former player’s baby.
Francisco Prado-Contreras, 39, paid the teen to have sex with him and then got her pregnant, according to police.
According to reports, the teen played soccer for Prado-Contreras and asked him for a job with a house-cleaning service he runs.
After going to work for him, the teen told police that Prado-Contreras coerced her into having sex for money five times.
Prado-Contreras was arrested and faces charges including statutory sexual assault.
On Tuesday, the city’s Department of Human Services received a report that the girl has a 7-month-old child and notified police.
Philadelphia Parks and Recreation said police have told them not to give Prado-Contreras access to any facilities and say he’s been suspended indefinitely from all his youth coaching activities.
Prado-Contreras' bail was set at $750,000.
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