But the girl told police she said "no." School officials, including Swindle and then-school dean Andy Mulligan, later met with the 15-year-old, according to a police report. According to the police report, there were varying accounts of who were involved in the matter. One person, whose name was redacted from a police report, told police that counselor Theo Stephenson was at a May 27 meeting. According to the police report, Swindle did not name Stephenson among the attendees in a similar meeting she described. Swindle did say the officials referred the girl to Stephenson for counseling, according to a police report. Swindle and Mulligan couldn't be reached for comment Friday. Mulligan has try what she says since been fired . In an interview Friday, Stephenson said she has since left St. Andrew's and that she wasn't involved with the case when administrators initially met. The criminal case may have played out differently if she would've been present during an initial conversation, Stephenson said. "Had I known about it in May  I probably would've been the caller" to police, Stephenson said.
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