Fort Hood soldier in sexual assault case identified

A teal ribbon hangs from a tree, April 5, 2013 at the Fort Hood to represent Sexual Assault Awareness Month. An Army sergeant first class who had been a sexual assault prevention program coordinator at Fort Hood is now under investigation for abusive sexual contact and acting as a pimp.

The Fort Hood sexual assault prevention coordinator accused of abusive sexual contact and pandering was identified by multiple military sources as Sgt. 1st Class Gregory McQueen, the San Antonio Express-News reported late Wednesday.

Investigators continued their probe but hadn’t filed charges against McQueen, who was removed from the Sexual Harassment Assault Response & Prevention program at Fort Hood, Texas, the paper reported. The Army has not provided details about the allegations.

The Express-News wrote that when asked by a reporter if he was cooperating with authorities, McQueen said, “I have no comment at all,” and hung up.

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