A San Jose law firm known for representing child victims of the Catholic Church has filed a lawsuit on behalf of three young women who allege being sexually abused by their father during their parent's drawn out divorce case that largely took place before Judge Mary Ann Grilli, Judge Erica Yew, and private judges Sherrol L. Cassidy and Nat Hales. Attorney Heather Allan was appointed as minor's counsel to act in the " best interest " of Evan's three young daughters during his divorce case when the court had a legal obligation to protect them. The suit was filed in 2019 an has been uploaded here.
In their suit, the daughters of Digidi Design founder Evan Brooks, claim that while their parents were involved in a divorce that included Silicon Valley's most unscrupulous lawyers, Evans engaged in a host of sexual crimes and violated the Thomas Bane Act, a state version of the federal civil rights laws.
According to the family court docket, Evan's ex-wife repeatedly sought protection for herself and her children under the Violence Against Women Act, but was denied. She was even ordered to sanctions as attorney's fees for her husband's lawyer , Brad Baugh.
In addition to the alleged horrific abuse the young girls endured, ignored by family court judges and so called experts, and their own court appointed lawyers, Heather Allan, the children's mother who sought to protect them, and faced legal abuse herself. The local District Attorney, Jeff Rosen, never brought criminal charges against Mr. Brooks for what appears to have been sexually molesting his three daughters when those daughters were under the jurisdiction of a California Family Court. These types of cases are becoming problematic for the state's middle- class and wealthy families forced to deal with horribly broken and corrupt courts that have been neglected by local governments.
SHAM: LAWYERS APPOINTED TO REPRESENT " BEST INTERESTS" OF THE CHILD
For over 10 years Heather Allan subjected her young clients to the horrors of " reunification " camps and therapists known to forcibly brainwash children into accepting custodial time with an abusive parent. Dr. Rebecca Bailey was one such therapist the children were " court ordered" by Judge Mary Ann Grilli to endure, based on the recommendations of Heather Allan, and the funding provided by Evan Brooks.
Dr. Bailey's unlicensed " reunification " process shows costs and expenses to the parents in excess of $100,000. Court documents show , that like other reunification camp victims, Evan Brook's daughters were forced into fancy hotel settings in Napa, then mentally and physically tortured until they agreed to share custody time with their father. On Allan's watch the children were returned to a man known to be abusing his own daughters.
Family court files in the divorce show that the the girls mother repeatedly sought protection under the Domestic Violence Act for herself and her children, but was denied based on the bad faith litigation tactics of Evan Brook's lawyer, Brad Baugh, and the refusal of the local DA, Jeff Rosen, to investigate child abuse claims. Evans, like so many other men of wealth and power in Silicon Valley, continued to engage in horrific criminal conduct and was allowed to so so based on the money he assured to local family law attorneys and court appointed experts.
Dr. Rebecca Bailey and her " reunification " camps are junk science therapy programs that connect the Brooks case to Orange County and divorce lawyer Keith Dolnick, an attorney known for secreting the sexual abuse of his clients in private judging cases. In Orange County, Dolnick is known to represent wealthy clients permitted to openly engage in sex and drug trafficking involving underaged children dragnetted in to the enterprise during their parent's divorce or custody case.
During the pandemic, with courts largely closed, family court judges appeared to accelerate their appointments of Minor's Counsel , where lawyers could charge excessive fees without going to court. It has also been reported that judges prone to deviant sexual conduct themselves, increased the demand for pornographic videos , as attorneys including Heather Allan and Keith Dolnick acted as ringleaders to assure the supply of child pornography and black market drugs through a distribution network that had initially been disrupted by the pandemic related to COVID 19.
Evans, who bears a strong resemblance to Judge Vincent Chiarello , another suspected child abuser, reportedly assisted the enterprise through the production of pornographic videos, which were distributed through the Santa Clara family and criminal court network during the pandemic.
Additionally, Allan reportedly worked with non- profits such as Ruth Patrick Darlene's Women SV out of Los Altos, and groups approved through county government as Judge Hendrickson, elevated to the bench in 2018 following the recall of Judge Aaron Persky, assisted with connections to the Catholic Church for a steady supply of children and families who could be brought into the family court enterprise.
Cindy Hendrickson , a former prosecutor for the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office, used her role in local private school parenting associations, to maintain close relationships in local Catholic schools and churches where she acted on various boards and committees , giving her a bird's eye view of children who could be "ripe" for use in video productions based on court orders that gave custody to child abusers she knew through her employment at the District Attorney's Office and her appointment on the county's Domestic Violence Council.
Henrickson's role in the child porn enterprise appears to date back to the county's 2014 election when Chuck Gillingham sought to oppose DA Rosen, but was deterred from doing so when he was threatened with public exposure after child porn was planted on his work computers in a manner that would be immediately discrediting in a political campaign.
Videos recently discovered in an "unlocked" storage until near Allan's San Jose's Willow Glen office link Evans and others where Allan acts as minor's counsel for their children, the Silicon Valley video business Evans formed that operates largely in the shadows for the benefit of elected politicians, judges and Silicon Valley executives with secret sexually deviant desires.
Videos and recordings found in the San Jose storage shed also reveal that during the pandemic, family law attorneys from Hoge Fenton and Hoover Krepelka, law firms as well as smaller private firms owned and operated by Sean Onderick, Hector Moreno and his sister Marilyn, were illegally recording court hearings, attorney - client communications and settlement conferences in order to coerce judges and lawyers who might seek to expose the enterprise.
In one recording marked " Overton Real Estate Insurance" Judge Carol Overton is heard threatening lawyers believed to be Bill Dresser and Marilyn Moreno to force their client to drop a large real estate related civil claim and force a case linked to a known pedophile back to family court where the enterprise would not be exposed to a jury.
In another recording that appears to have been made by Michelle Hoover of the Hoover Krepelka law firm Jim Hoover and David Patton appear to have been recorded explaining to local realtors how to get property sellers into a divorce case, where the sale of the family home could be accelerated through court attorney Sharon Roper, who will " approve" relator recommendations for nearly any expense a realtor may seek to request:"
In the recording, that appears to have been made by Michelle Hoover, Jim . Hoover explains to a group of Coldwell Banker agents brought to a meeting by former family law litigants Pam Killion and Ruth Patrick Darlene, that the Hoover law firm and divorce attorneys Sean Onderick , Hector Moreno and Nicole Ford could assist agents in getting sellers into divorce cases where court attorney Sharon Roper could sell off real estate by court order based on her connections to judges in the court willing to sign any order Roper presents to them. Hoover is then heard telling lawyers that to expedite home sales through a divorce case, lawyers typically take a 30% kickback from the realtor's commission.
Ruth Patrick who reportedly told clients she had been broken by her own divorce case, in fact had been represented by Hoge Fenton in a case before private judge Catherine Gallagher where Patrick earned nearly $5 million in advanced support payments , was known for anti- Semitic writings, and was recruited to the enterprise based on her willingness to abuse her own children. Patrick's fundraising for the local DA's political campaigns and close relationship with top DA employee Jay Boayarsky has allowed Ruth to engage in donor fraud, and money laundering with impunity for the enterprise that Evan Brooks's case seeks to expose, and that is expected to settle for $10 million of which Allan and other family law attorneys will collect $3 - 4 million in under the table kickbacks,
Charity founder Ruth Patrick Darlene of Los Altos based WomenSV has reportedly been working with Stanford Law Professor Michele Dauber in a complex real estate scam that is being used to protect wealthy Silicon Valley tech and social media executives abusing thier wives and children, contrary to public messaging Patrick and Dauber relate about the #Metoo movement and domestics violence.
Patrick is known to use her Los Altos based charity to dragnet victims of domestic violence who might expose the enterprise, which would disrupt distribution of videos created by DigidiDesigns and used to cover up sex crimes against children.
As part of the racket, Patrick regularly is referred "clients" who provide Patrick with grant funding and support from the local courts. In a quid pro quo relationship, Patrick then brings lawyers into the charity as " guest speakers" who claim to be experts in divorce cases involving real estate sales and domestics violence, Patrick also lobbies for the local DA who assures the divorce lawyers in the enterprise, and clients such as Evan Brooks are not prosecuted. Over the past 4 years Patrick is known to have brought Nicole Ford, BJ Fadem Hector Moreno, Sean Onderick and Jim Hoover as speakers. One client reported Jim Hoover offered Patrick's clients a " free consultation " and after an hour requested a $40.000 retainer .
Patrick, with technology believed to be provided by Evan Brooks, also records client meetings and meetings with attorneys where she then uses the recordings for the benefit of her " client's abusive spouses. This pattern is more prominent for te women seeking to expose domestic violence related to top executives at Google, Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo and Paypal, whose divorce files show bring millions of dollars in attorneys fees , where Ruth Patrick Darlene is afforded handsome kickbacks in the form of cash and cryptocurrency donations impossible for the taxing authorities to track.
Judge Stuart Scott Paid Off To Protect Evan Brooks
After years of Evan Brooks being protected by divorce attorney Brad Baugh, as his ex wife's lawyers Sean Onderick, Hector Moreno and Andrew Calvert failed to protect her before Judge Mary Ann Grilli , the case was assigned in 2016 to Judge Stuart Scott , a former Santa Clara County DA known for protecting white collar criminals and sex offenders in the Gilroy and Morgan Hill community.
Over the course of his career with the Santa Clara District Attorney's Office, Scott was allowed to engage in prosecutorial misconduct which included using the office as a personal dating site, making up lies to get gang enhancements and accepting bribes from Gilroy and Morgan Hill police officers involved in real estate scams and sex trafficking cases as a side hustle. Then Stuart Scott became Evan Brook's family court judge where Brooks was protected by all the corruption Silicon Valley could afford.
From the time he was appointed to the bench in 2016, Stuart Scott has been protected by DA Jeff Rosen, the Commission on Judicial Performance and the judges throughout the state who were never concerned over how Scott treated women or over his willingness to lie in a criminal case in order to get a gang enhancement.
Also before Scott are numerous cases connected to WomenSV and the Gilroy community where there is a pattern that indicates Stuart Scott is accepting bribes in exchange for favorable rulings in family law cases involving the ADZ law firm, Hoover Krepelka , Annie Fortino, Elise Mitchell, Natasha Parrot, Michael Bonetti , Jessica Huey, Nicole Ford, Richard Roggia, Nicole Ford, Natalie Dupriel , BJ Fadem, Jason Pintar, Jim Hoover, Julia McDowell and of course Heather Allan .
When prosecutors become family court judges they bring a very toxic culture with them that is harmful to families and children. When family lawyers engage in criminal conduct out of desperation during a pandemic to maintain their unjust profits, the Brooks divorce case and the subsequent lawsuit filed by Evan Brooks' three young daughters is the result.
When charities and divorce lawyers talk about what they can do more than is supported by their social media footprints, time to consider if your divorce lawyer, and " advocates" are crooks.