CONCORD, N.H. (WHDH) — The New Hampshire prep school at the center of a sex assault case is asking a federal court to disclose the victim’s name.

St. Paul’s School in Concord is being sued by the girl’s parents, accusing the school of not doing enough to protect their daughter. The school is now asking for the girl’s identity to be disclosed, accusing her parents of using a “cloak of anonymity” and the press to go after their credibility.

Former student Owen Labrie was convicted last year on several charges, including misdemeanor sexual assault on the girl in 2014, when she was 15 years old. He is currently out on bail and appealing his conviction.

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