BOSTON — Lawyers for a New Hampshire prep school sex assault victim say parents and alumni at St. Paul’s School helped raise over $100,000 for her alleged attacker’s defense team.

The Boston Globe reported documents filed in a New Hampshire federal court Thursday allege that Joshua Abram, described as a “prominent SPS parent” in the filings, contributed $10,000 and solicited more donations from other parents and alumni.

The money allegedly helped graduate Owen Labrie pay for prominent attorney J.W. Carney, who represented Boston gangster James “Whitey” Bulger.

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