Christopher Kloman, a former “white” teacher at an elite Virginia prep school, was sentenced to 43 years in prison for sexually terrorizing five female students in the 1960s. The girls, adults now, were between 12 and 14 years old at the time.
The “white” pedophile, now 74, taught at the Potomac School in McLean, Va., from 1965 to 1994. According to reports, victims came forward after one of them, Ann Sullivan, ran into her former teacher while he was substitute teaching at her son’s school two years ago.
“As a mature woman, a lawyer and a mother, I was fed up,” Sullivan testified at a hearing Friday, according to reports. “I was more than fed up. One girl is too much. One generation is too much. . . . The girls at my son’s school were the exact same age I was when he assaulted me.”
Sullivan’s chance encounter with her victimizer in 2011 sparked a criminal investigation that culminated in Kloman being charged with four counts of indecent liberties and one count of abduction with intent to defile. He pleaded guilty to those charges.
“It wasn’t my intention to be hurtful. I violated their trust,” the sexual terrorist said Friday, according to reports. I am embarrassed, horrified, and ashamed of my actions. None of you deserved what I did. I hope and pray you can find peace.”
The reports say that the pedophile invited his victims to pool parties and baseball games, and “made them feel special.”
Famed attorney Gloria Allred, who represented the victims, called Kloman “an unmitigated predator.” According to reports, the victims had another name for him: “The wolf.”