From Periodistadigital [thank you LAN]:
The Legionary priest John O'Reilly, chaplain and spiritual advisor of the Colegio Cumbres, was suspended from all activities in that institution after it became known that there was a complaint of sexual abuse against him. The information was released by the school board in a letter to the school community in Santiago.
The alleged victim appears to be a child, a high school student, who with the permission of their parents underwent an external professional assessment by a psychologist. The report and the background information gathered by an interdisciplinary team were made available to the Prosecutor East.
The alleged complaint - pertaining to events which transpired between 2010 and 2012 - was presented to the same school, through lawyer Rafael Errazuriz. The investigation was conducted by one of the prosecutors who specialize in sex crimes in Las Condes, Ignacio Pinto.
"The information provided verbally by the mother of our student refers to Father John O'Reilly LC, who told the college that he is totally innocent and willing to cooperate in the investigation. The priest and Colegio Cumbres agreed to the suspension of all Father O'Reilly internal activities in order to fully clarify the facts, "the statement said.
The address of the Association called on the entire community to "keep our spirit" and "confirar in a prompt, fair and with strict respect for the guarantees of due process."
Colegio Cumbres' full statement:
Dear representatives, teachers and administrators:
Along with greeting them, we inform you that the school on Tuesday filed a brief with the East Regional Office to investigate the complaint of a family of our school community, which would affect one of our Colegio Cumbres female students, who have been subjected to abuse.
Following established procedures, begun at the time that the school authorities were informed, there has been a process of gathering and evaluating relevant material by a multidisciplinary team with specialist support.
The school, in agreement with the parents of the affected child, provided the practice of outside professional evaluation by a psychologist. The report of the professional and the background information gathered has been made available to the prosecution.
The information provided verbally by the mother of our student refers to Father John O'Reilly LC, who told the school that he is totally innocent and willing to cooperate in the investigation. The Priest and the College Summit agreed to the suspension of all activities inside Father O'Reilly to fully clarify the facts.
The administration of Colegio Cumbres calls for all students, parents and teachers to keep our community spirit and trust in a prompt, fair and strict respect for the guarantees of due process, which to conclude the truth of what happened then consideration of the rights of all concerned. We also reiterate our commitment to love and faithfulness to God for each and every one of the members of our community and we make a call to unite in prayer to Our Lady of Carmel to join us as Mother and illuminate those responsible for establishing the reality of the facts and dispense justice.