Image from Spider-Man and Power Pack # 1 (1984).
In 1984, the National Committee for the Prevention of Child Abuse, with Marvel Comics, created a one-shot Spider-Man/Power Pack comic in which it is revealed that Peter Parker was molested by Steven "Skip" Westcott, a teenage boy from a broken home. Young Peter Parker gets up the courage to tell Uncle Ben and Aunt May, his guardians, what happened, but nothing occurs in the story's narrative to indicate Skip was ever punished or sent away to receive counseling or anything. The focus of the story is smartly on how children should react to this situation, rather than on what will happen to the perpetrator. Three years later, the NCPCA releases another comic with Marvel in which Spider-Man recollects the events during a fight with the Hobgoblin.
I am certainly not bringing this up to make light of the sexual abuse of children. I'm just curious if Steven Westcott has any significance in mainstream continuity. The NCPCA stories are not well written, and the coloring makes Skip look like a handsy Magneto or Quicksilver, but the comic's attempt to engage younger readers and encourage them to speak out is admirable. I am just curious if Westcott had a mainstream counterpart or if he was created solely for these stories (most likely).
This story was reprinted in the 2012 Marvel tradeSpider-Man Fights Substance Abuse. An aside, one blogger suggested that Uncle Ben beat Skip to death with a tire iron. What if...?