In disclosure forms Seerden filed in federal court, the SEAL claimed to be divorced and without children.
27 after she blacked out after drinking with Seerden in his hotel room aboard Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek — Fort Story, where he was on a temporary assignment.
It’s unclear where the assault took place, officials say.
Court documents indicate that the family did not live in Virginia.
The Navy lists Seerden’s home of record in Missouri. Court records show that federal magistrate William V.
Seerden’s criminal defense attorney, Gerard Jeffrey Wasson, has not returned a call placed Friday morning seeking comment.
If convicted, the mandatory minimum sentence for the charges is 15 years in prison.“Petty Officer First Class Seerden is an active-duty service member assigned to a Naval Special Warfare unit.Gallo in San Diego held a detention hearing for Seerden on April 13, the same day an extradition warrant was issued.More detailed documents remain sealed by court order.When asked whether Navy commanders were administratively moving to strip Seerden of his coveted trident insignia and the honor of being called a SEAL, Keating declined comment.Along with scrapping a SEAL’s security clearance, that’s a step special warfare commanders often take because it is not considered a form of punishment under military law.All other inquiries can be answered by contacting us.