- Former colleague goes public to accuse Yves Jean-Bart
- FHF president denied allegations of abuse published in May
A former leading official at Haiti’s national football centre has accused the president of the country’s football association of sexually abusing young female players for many years and urged more of his alleged victims to speak out.
Yves Jean-Bart, known as Dadou, was suspended for 90 days by Fifa in May after claims he had coerced several girls at the Centre Technique National in Croix-des-Bouquets into having sex with him. He has strenuously denied these claims, which were first made by alleged victims in a Guardian report in April, and did not respond to repeated requests for comment on the latest allegations.