In the sexual assault filings, three inmates — a woman and two transsexual men transitioning to women — said that in 2005 and 2006, Neu created a similar atmosphere through sexual harassment at the South of Market jail. He groped them and made lewd comments, forcing them to kiss him, show him their genitals and orally copulate him, they said in court documents. He kept them silent by threatening to beat them or send them to a jail with harsher conditions.
One of the inmates, Sabrina Wigfall, said she told two other deputies on two separate occasions that Neu was sexually abusing her, but the deputies did nothing. The abuse continued until she told a third deputy, who alerted his supervisors.
There should be charges against all the guards, except maybe the third deputy to whom Sabrina reported this abuse.