Tuesday, September 25, 2012

More Evidence Points to Child Sexual Abuse Involving Wall Street CEO Ted Rollins

Campus Crest executives, including
Ted Rollins (second from right)

Campus Crest Communities CEO Ted Rollins frequently drove his stepson to school when the boy was about 12 or 13 years old and made a habit of keeping several curious items in the vehicle. When Sherry Carroll Rollins later described the items in a counseling session at Duke University, the psychologist recommended she read a well-known book about homosexual behavior.

The book, called The Homosexual Matrix, would help her better understand what likely was happening between her adolescent son and her then husband, the psychologist told Ms. Rollins.

What were the items? They included a spatula, a bungee cord, and a necktie.

The family lived in Louisburg, North Carolina, and the counseling sessions came not long after someone filed a complaint with the state's department of social services about a possible abusive sexual relationship between Ted Rollins and his stepson.

The boy attended a private school that was about a one-hour drive, each way, from the family home. Ted Rollins would drive the child to school most every weekday, and Sherry Rollins began to receive frequent reports from the school that her son was arriving one to two hours late to school.

When this was reported to the psychologist, along with the unusual items kept in the vehicle, it apparently set off alarms. Ted Rollins was head of a company called American Textile Services at the time.

Sherry Rollins described her sessions with the psychologist in an e-mail to me last October. The e-mail includes a reference to the soiled towels a maid had discovered in a closet at the Rollins home. The towels were stained with fecal matter, and this disclosure also appeared to cause alarm in counseling sessions:

When I was seeing a psychologist at Duke University in 1994, he suggested I buy the book The Homosexual Matrix to understand the activities of homosexuals and the things that they used in their activities. I noted that in Ted's Jeep a bungee cord, a spatula and a necktie he kept around the mirror in his car. 
After reading the book I reported back to the psychologist that I had found the necktie around the mirror repeatedly after I would remove it. I also removed the bungee cords and the spatula several times. They would always be replaced. I never understood the significance of these items although I would remove them only to find them replaced. 
After reading the Matrix, I became inflamed about these items. I confronted Ted, and he always said he had to have these items to: (A) Be prepared for disaster with the bungee cords; (B) The spatula was used to remove frost from the windshield; and (C) The neckties were there because he got rid of them on the ride home. The only problem was that he did not wear a necktie to work, and he never removed ice from the windshield. These were unusual items to be found in the vehicle and I kept removing them. They always reappeared in the Jeep. 
Ted drove Zac home from school each night, as he would pick him up from St. Timothy's school in Raleigh and bring him to the plant and then home. The towels, the bungee cord, the ties, and the spatula just added up to an unusual trove of items to find.

Sherry Rollins has told Legal Schnauzer that she is living in fear in the wake of reports about an investigation of alleged child sexual abuse involving her ex husband. Ms. Rollins' fears appear to be grounded in reality.

She has told us multiple times about two mysterious automobile accidents, involving both her and her daughters, in the years leading to her divorce from Ted Rollins. She also has told us about a fall that her son suffered while working at one of Ted Rollins' properties. That's the same son that Mr. Rollins assaulted--and the same son who was at the heart of the investigation for possible sexual abuse. The fall resulted in life-threatening injuries that required multiple surgeries and caused the son to lose his spleen.

We will provide details about these incidents in future posts--and the details are horrifying. They present powerful evidence that someone was trying to remove Sherry Carroll Rollins, and at least some of her children, from the Rollins family tree.


Anonymous said...

This story just gets worse and worse. Nasty, nasty stuff.

Spasmoda said...

I'm speechless.

Anonymous said...

A spatula? As we say out in the woods, "Dear, Gussie!"

Curious George said...

Doesn't Ted Rollins have staff to scrape the windshield for him?

Anonymous said...

Think I'm going to be sick.

Anonymous said...

How much ice did they get in North Carolina?

Sounds flimsy, Mr. CEO.

Barb said...

This is heart breaking. To think that any child would be exposed to this man.

Anonymous said...

Ted Rollins doesn't look like the sort of guy who would go bungee jumping.

Anonymous said...

I'm afraid to ask this question, but how would a spatula be useful in child sexual abuse?

legalschnauzer said...

Anon at 11:52--

I'm afraid to answer that question.

You probably need to use your imagination, but you might not want to go there.

Anonymous said...

Has Ted Rollins ever remarried? Did his second wife have children?

legalschnauzer said...

Anon at 12:14--

Yes, Ted Rollins has remarried. His current wife is Holly Rollins. She actually is his third wife. He was married to a woman before Sherry Rollins, and they had no kids. Forget her name, but can look it up. I remember she was from NY state, a rural area, I think.

Yes, Holly Rollins has a son. His name is Ethan Matheson, and I believe he's about 18-19 now, pretty much the same age as Sarah Rollins. If my math is correct, Ethan Matheson would have been in the same age range as Sherry Rollins' son when that marriage started.

In total, Ted Rollins has had three step children, all boys.

legalschnauzer said...

Ted Rollins' first wife was Monica Bulich. Her current name is Monica Bulich De Sousa. She went to Boston College and met Ted Rollins at Duke. She is from a small town in upstate NY.

Anonymous said...

Methinks Ted Rollins preys on women who have young sons.

Spasmoda said...

Two of Ted Rollins' wives had a combined three sons? Were they all in the 10-15 age range? Sounds like at least two of them were.

This is getting more disturbing by the minute.

legalschnauzer said...

Two of the stepsons definitely were in that key age range. Sherry Rollins' oldest son might have been on the upper end of that range of slightly above it.

We're talking the age range that fits with most of Jerry Sandusky's victims.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like Ted Rollins is a high-end predator. Instead of hanging around a park or a schoolyard, like the standard perv, he marries women with young sons.

Anonymous said...

Sick and real.

Too many in the U.S. AND, the twisted sickest, are the top so called "leaders," eg, David Rockefeller and then counting down the rungs of the "money ladder."

The list of predatory men that prey upon boys in the U.S.A. is so long and despicable that Rollins' "hidden" immoral monster is o.k. as an insane criminal dressing up in business attire and "lunching" with very high end university matriarchs, discussing "women." Disguise, self-loathing addict.

Law firms in the U.S. PLEASE, the self-loathing disguises are worn as thousand dollar suits, thousand dollar shoes and other such baubles to distract. The racket has been institutionalized as though perfectly legally legit.

Paid big bucks to be "agents."/rk

jeffrey spruill said...

I can see Ted Rollins wearing a trench coat in 90 degree weather.

And a spatula, a bungee cord and necktie.

I think Congress had Ted Rollins in mind when it passed a law that allows 'sexually dangerous' offenders to be detained past their prison terms.


Anonymous said...

Here is the problem with every problem we are experiencing here in the U.S.A., beginning, "war":

"... US special envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan Richard Holbrooke arrives to give a press conference on October 18, 2010

"... Bianca, August 24, 2012,

Shadow of Trotski? In more ways then one. During Bush years, Halbrooke was ensconced in an organization working on AIDs and the relationships of drugs and AIDS. In that capacity he collaborated extensively with NIDA, National Institute for Drug Addiction. This Institute's experts were invited to top White House National Security meeting on security threats, covering drugs, antrax, and small pox. There are two ways of looking at drugs, one as a security threat to one's nation, and another as a weapon. Drugs are source of funds, and whoever controls such funds, controls strategically vulnerable and corruptible elites around the globe. Distribution of cheap drugs in many places has created an epidemic of addiction, drug-related deaths, and wide-scale family destruction. What does the director of NIDA, Nora Volkoff and Richard Hallbrooke have in common? One is the granddaughter of Leon Trotski, born in Mexico, and another is the son of a man whose Soviet background has been carefully erased. Richard Halbrooke's father came to New York from Warshaw in 1939, and all we know that he was "educated in Russia". He was a physician, and upon arrival, he and his father changed names. Richard Halbrooke's father's and grandfather's life and political connections in Soviet Union thus became erased. He and his mother claim that they do not know Richard's fathers real name does not hold water. His father was a grown man, a physician, when he changed his name. I doubt that he kept this secret from his wife and sons. Thus, in a strange irony -- but perhaps not a coincidence -- the man with a secret Soviet past, and a proud granddaughter of Leon Trotski found common cause in the study of drugs and its influence on human brain, as well as in the practicum of Afghan poppy fields.


There is no end to the secrecy in the U.S. "government" and the continuance of cover-ups, such as the paedophilia and AIDS, too, which is of course grossly applied to the homosexual intentionally bent "culture," AND the common link in ALL global problems? In a word, drugs. In other words, American non-representative U.S. Constitutional "governing."

mikkrikk said...

This explains the son's animosity about the previous revelations here concerning his stepfather. Doubtless this husband and father would prefer for this embarrassing episode to stay hidden.

mikkrikk said...

This explains the son's animosity about the previous revelations here concerning his stepfather. Doubtless this husband and father would prefer for this embarrassing episode to stay hidden.