Another chapter in the life of our heroine... The investigation is almost complete. The details as previously reported were accurate except for one key detail. While intercourse was attempted, the two brainiacs couldn't figure out how all the parts went together and were unsuccessful. We will have a treatment team meeting next Monday to finalize Kanga's new "protective plan". This will clearly include far greater 1:1 supervision around boys as well as less access to boys in general. Her little adventure sparked the implementation of an idea that has been brewing in the background at the Residential Treatment Center (RTC). Starting in August, all classrooms and work crews will now be single sex. The Residential Treatment Center (RTC) is still horrified that their supervision failed and they want to do their best to ensure that it never happens again - with Kanga or any other girl. The only 'official' consequence handed down to her so far is a 30-day suspension from the job program (they do not punish until the investigation is complete to make sure they do not punish someone who turns out to be a victim - there is some concern that Kanga is the aggresor here but they don't think it rises to the level of the boy being a victim and Kanga certainly isn't a victim but I bet they checked that out too). However, unlike former Residential Treatment Center (RTC) where only a few kids expressed their displeasure at her antics, the kids here are quite obvious in their disgust with her. Her boyfriend was the one who initially talked and then Kanga denied anything happened and the boy got a lot of peer anger for lying about 'sweet little Kanga'. Then the truth came out. All the anger that had been directed at the boy turned on her and then some! The boy dumped her. The 'popular crowd' is now shunning her. Only 2-3 kids in the whole Residential Treatment Center (RTC) are even speaking to her at the moment. Kanga is totally confused that the kids are taking staff's side in this. (Wait until they are told about the new single-sex classrooms and work details - $10 they all blame Kanga.) She is completely unrepentant and told staff that once she is out of the Residential Treatment Center (RTC) no one will stop her from doing what she wants to do. She is most definitely blaming everyone else for getting in her business. The most she could say to her therapist was that perhaps the laundry room of the cafeteria wasn't the best place to get it on (oh yes, thank goodness this did happen behind a closed door! no audience this time!!) Tonight I will be telling her that we know what happened. It should be an interesting conversation. I am at a much better place to have the conversation without giving her the emotional reaction. husband is still going to visit her this week but he will not be taking her off campus as he doesn't feel comfortable that she won't run or do something stupid if she sees a boy. This is the first time that HE has ever declined to take her off campus when she hasn't been on restriction. So, finally, natural consequences that actually mean something to her have occured.