Cops: Girl, 14, impregnated by South Philly soccer coach who paid her for sex

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A South Philadelphia soccer coach paid money to have sex with a girl on his team when she was as young as 14 and the sexual assault resulted in the birth of a child, police said.


The coach, Francisco Prado-Contreras, 39, of the 700 block of South Street in Bella Vista, has been charged with statutory sexual assault, indecent sexual assault, corruption of a minor, and related offenses, police announced Thursday.

On Tuesday, the city’s Department of Human Services received a report, which they passed along to Philadelphia police, that the 7-month-old baby of a 15-year-old girl may have been fathered by the teen’s former soccer coach.





In interviews, the girl told police that Prado-Contreras is a family friend and was her soccer coach in 2015. Police said Prado-Contreras was a volunteer soccer coach at Capitolo Playground on the 900 block of Federal Street in South Philadelphia.

The victim told police that in September 2015, she asked Prado-Contreras for a job with his house-cleaning business and one day was told to show up at an apartment building that he cleans near his South Street home.

But instead of helping him clean, Prado-Contreras coerced the victim into having sex with him for money, police said.




The two had sex about five times in a month and each time, Prado-Contreras gave the girl money, police said. In October 2015, the girl discovered she was pregnant, police said.

Prado-Contreras was arrested by police near his house on South Street Wednesday.



















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