Authorities Tuesday are seeking additional victims of a youth baseball and softball coach accused of sexually assaulting and sexually harassing young women and girls who worked for his silk screen printing business in Paramount.
Randy Headley hired girls and women between the ages of 17 and 25 to handle T-shirts and customer service at his businesses located at 8136 Rosecrans Ave. and 7901 Somerset Blvd., Unit C, in Paramount, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, which said the businesses were under the names “Logos Two,” “LA Clothing Company,” and “Downey Sporting Goods.”
Headley asked the victims to model suggestive clothing while he photographed him, and is accused of sexually assaulting and sexually harassing women who entered the business or worked for him, the sheriff’s department reported.
“The business provided apparel to many local schools, sports organizations and community groups,” Deputy Trina Schrader said. “Headley also served as a youth baseball and softball coach in Downey, Paramount and Compton.”
Headley was arrested on May 1, and the District Attorney’s Office and detectives discovered additional victims during their investigation.
Headley was charged on Monday with additional counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child under 14, assault with intent to commit rape, multiple counts of sexual penetration by use of force, and multiple counts of sexual battery, the sheriff’s department reported.
Headley allegedly committed sexual assaults on more than 22 victims, the department reported.
Headley is being held on $6.21 million bail, according to the sheriff’s department.
Authorities believe there may be more victims, and they encouraged anyone with information to contact the sheriff’s Special Victims Bureau at 877-710-5273.
Headley is scheduled to be arraigned on Oct. 8 at the Compton Courthouse.
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