Thirty-four alleged victims of FIFA Mobile Coins sexual abuse in the center by 10 potential perpetrators and accomplices such as Jean-Bart, the former soccer federation president who has consistently denied the allegations, were identified in a report by the players' union Fifpro into Fifa's ethics committee. The Fifpro report formed a part of the research into alleged abuses from Jean-Bart, first revealed by the Guardian, in the Centre Technique National at Croix-des-Bouquets.

"Mr Jean-Bart's behaviour is simply inexcusable, '' a disgrace for any soccer official," the chairperson of the adjudicatory room, Mr Vassilios Skouris, said. "The pain and suffering he has caused his different victims of sexual abuse and harassment cannot even be fully understood, and signifies a very dark spot on the image and standing of football as a game loved by many.

"While claiming he had been developing Haitian football, particularly women's competitions and teams, Mr Jean-Bart did the exact opposite: he chased his position so as to meet his personal attitude of domination within the most delicate people, ruining the livelihood and lifestyles of young promising female players."

According to the conclusion of this adjudicatory chamber, that allowed investigators to re evaluate several occasions where"young female gamers seen the [hotel], one of the alleged locations where the sexual abuse apparently occurred".

At the last report by the investigatory room, the panel heard statements from two alleged victims of Jean-Bart, among whom detailed her experiences after being selected to play for Haiti Under-17s. "President Yves Jean-Bart called me on the telephone to ask me to come and watch him," she explained. "When he came he gave me a pack of underwear. I said'thank you' and when it was time to leave he offered me to remain with him in his room. He advised me to stay with him and pulled me towards him. And I pushed him and he dropped on his bed. And buy FUT Coins again at the centre, it was as if I exist in the eyes of everyone."