An Indiana couple has sued a Centennial adoption agency claiming the teen boy they brought home from China had an undisclosed history of sexual trauma and raped their two younger children.
The couple brought the civil lawsuit against Chinese Children Adoption International of Centennial on Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Denver for themselves and on behalf of two Chinese boys, the lawsuit said.
Joshua Zhong, the Chinese Children Adoption International co-founder and president.
When the parents contacted Chinese Children Adoption agency about L’s crimes, an employee denied knowing about his sexual history and said he was 12, the lawsuit said.
CCAI was ranked by the Chinese government as the number one adoption agency in the world in 2011 and by 2012, had placed 11,000 Chinese orphans into U.S. homes, the website said.