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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — The baseball coach accused of molesting two of his young players asked to be released from jail on bond Thursday.

David Solomon is being held without bond.

His attorney is arguing that Solomon should be granted a bond because there’s no physical evidence of any molestation.

Prosecutors said Solomon engaged in inappropriate touching with the boys and had them over his house for play dates with his own children. However, his kids weren’t home at the time.

In court, the mother of one of the victim’s testified about how she reacted when she learned of the allegations.

“Did you text the defendant in this case after speaking with your son regarding the allegations in this case,” asked the prosecutor.

“I told him he was disgusting,” responded the victim’s mother.

“What did he respond,” asked the prosecutor.

“He didn’t,” said the victim’s mother.

The judge in the case could rule Friday on whether Solomon should get a bond.

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