Charlotte businessman Chad Sevearance was convicted of sexual contact with minors in 1998 and supported Charlotte's anti-discrimination ordinance.
Sevearance was not the "leader" of efforts in Charlotte or North Carolina regarding bathroom-related ordinances.
The former president of Charlotte’s LGBT Chamber of Commerce has resigned after he came under fire from a conservative group, which noted that he is on a sex offender list and questioned his role in supporting the city’s expanded nondiscrimination ordinance.
Chad Sevearance-Turner had been the president of the chamber, which supported the newly expanded ordinance that gives legal protection for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals. 8, Mayor Jennifer Roberts cited a survey that showed discrimination was a real problem for the LGBT community. Values Coalition, which opposes the new LGBT protections in the ordinance.
Chad Sevearance is president of the Charlotte Business Guild …
[he] and his group have taken a lead role in seeking the right to allow males to use the restrooms and showers of females, including those of little girls, which is described by advocates as nothing more than nondiscrimination measures.
He said a social worker distributed the surveys, which were then forwarded to Meck PAC.
The district said the issue of consent, irrelevant in Curtis' criminal case, could be important for a jury hearing the million civil case against Curtis and the school district.On at least one occasion, Coy wrote her a pass to go to her next class late after he had her perform oral sex on him.The victim said the men also touched her genitals.“[Kirkpatrick] told me I was just a nice little escape from reality,” the victim said in court documents.During the meeting, she said the survey was conducted by the LGBT Chamber. Tami Fitzgerald, who leads the Raleigh-based coalition, first mentioned Sevearance-Turner’s record at a Feb.8 news conference outside the Government Center, which Sevearance-Turner attended. 18, the coalition issued a news release further questioning the chamber’s role in the survey.1, “which means they have not been on any Orange County Public Schools campus” in that time, schools spokeswoman Shari Bobinski said.“The district has been cooperating fully with law enforcement and will continue to do so,” Bobinski said.