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Soccer Coach Accused Of Sexual Assault, Fathering Child With Teen Girl

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A Philadelphia soccer coach is accused of sexual assault and fathering a child with a teen girl.

Police say 39-year-old Francisco Prado-Contreras — the acting director of youth soccer at Capitolo Playground — coerced a 15-year-old girl he used to coach to have sex with him for money.

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Police say the teen girl initially asked Prado-Contreras for a job in his house cleaning business in September 2015.

When she went to work at a home he cleaned on the 700 block of South Street, the teen told police he coerced her into having sex with him for money.

Police say the teen had sex with Prado-Contreras five times over the course of a month and received money each time. The girl told police a pregnancy test came back positive in October 2015.

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She now has a 7-month-old child.

Philadelphia Parks and Recreation said they have been notified by police that Prado-Contreras should not be allowed access to any facility under its jurisdiction and that he has been suspended indefinitely from all facilities and from participating in all activities.

Prado-Contreras was arrested Wednesday and charged with statutory sexual assault, aggravated indecent assault, corruption of a minor, and other related offenses.

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