More charges lodged at girls softball coach in The Woodlands

Law officers say 44-year-old Juan Corona, who is known by most people as "Coach Manny", started sexually assaulting one 12-year-old girl back in 2002.

They say Corona abused the girl for many years and even video-taped some of the sexual assaults.

A third victim came forward, investigators say, after not being believed in the past.

"She had attempted to make an outcry in the past, but no one believed her," said Captain D. Zientek with Montgomery County Precinct 3. "Coach Manny is a con artist. He had convinced people this was a rebellious teen acting out."

It's hard for some to understand why parents allowed a 44-year-old unmarried man to spend so much time alone with their young daughters.

"He manipulates the parent. He had to develop that trust so they would believe they were safe with him," Zientek said. "I have no doubt there's no parent involved in this that felt they were putting their child in danger or at risk."

Corona has no prior history of molesting children.

On its website South Montgomery Girls Softball League says it's not affiliated with Corona. He only used the leagues batting cages which had been available for use by the public on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Corona is now charged with four counts of sexual assault of a child, one sexual assault, one sexual performance of a child, and one count of aggravated sexual assault of a child.