‘Voddie Baucham’ theology school’s founder says his daughter has been abused

Voddie Barth is an Australian who founded a theology school in Melbourne’s south-east.

He said his daughter was abused in the late 1990s.

“My daughter had a troubled childhood,” Mr Barth said.

“I was very protective of her.

Voddies son, Vicky Barth, says the allegations against his father are ‘horrific’ But Vicky is adamant his father’s accusations are “not true”. “

But I could tell something was very wrong.”

Voddies son, Vicky Barth, says the allegations against his father are ‘horrific’ But Vicky is adamant his father’s accusations are “not true”.

“I’ve never been abused, and I’ve never heard anything like this,” he said.

Mr Barths mother says the abuse allegation against him is “horrifying” and is “completely unfounded”.

“This is a lie, and this is completely ridiculous.” “

It is completely untrue, and her father has never said anything about her, never told me anything,” he told the ABC.

“This is a lie, and this is completely ridiculous.”

He has also spoken to police, but was unable to get them to take any action.

He says the school’s current director, Pauline Bauchum, has been unable to address the accusations.

“Voddies story is a complete fabrication,” he wrote on Facebook.

“There is no place for this in our community, especially in a school with a reputation for being safe and respectful of everyone.” “

The school’s president, James Baker, says Mr Barthalam’s allegations are “completely untrue” and that his school “has no record of any sexual or physical abuse of any student”. “

There is no place for this in our community, especially in a school with a reputation for being safe and respectful of everyone.”

The school’s president, James Baker, says Mr Barthalam’s allegations are “completely untrue” and that his school “has no record of any sexual or physical abuse of any student”.

Mr Baker said the allegations were made in the media and that he did not know the “person” who made them.

He has asked that any inquiries made by the media be referred to the police.

‘I don’t know why this would happen’ “My son has had a great life,” Mr Baker told ABC radio.

Vicky’s mother says Vicky was abused at the school, which is run by Voddying Barth’s father, James Barth. “

His father is a wonderful man and I have a wonderful, loving wife and two wonderful young children.”

Vicky’s mother says Vicky was abused at the school, which is run by Voddying Barth’s father, James Barth.

She says her son was told that his father had left the school after a dispute with his mother, but he says the allegation is false.

“She said her dad left the church, but my son has never heard of that,” she said.

Voddiest barth denies abuse allegations Mr Barthan’s mother is now also calling for a review of the school.

She told Radio National’s Sunrise program on Monday that she had not yet spoken to her son.

“All I can say is I don’t want him to be a part of it, but I donĀ“t know why he would want to be part of anything like that,” Ms Barth told the program.

“And I’m sure his dad has been very supportive.” “

Vickers daughter claims Voddia had ‘sex abuse’ in her father’s care Voddius Barth has denied that his daughter Vicky had “sex abuse” in his care. “

And I’m sure his dad has been very supportive.”

Vickers daughter claims Voddia had ‘sex abuse’ in her father’s care Voddius Barth has denied that his daughter Vicky had “sex abuse” in his care.

“That’s a lie,” Mr Bauchaum said.

The school has been contacted for comment.