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Sexual Misconduct

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  • Student sues U. of Oregon after claiming rape by players

    A woman who says she was sexually assaulted by three University of Oregon basketball players filed a lawsuit Thursday against the school and head basketball coach Dana Altman. The suit alleges Altman knew when he recruited Brandon Austin that the player...
  • Bill Cosby tells woman at show "You got to be careful about drinking around me."

    Bill Cosby jokingly warned a woman in the audience during a show in Canada Thursday night to be careful drinking around him. Cosby made the remark at his second performance in a row after a string of cancellations that followed sexual assault allegations...
  • Camille Cosby compares rape allegations to Rolling Stone story

    Camille Cosby compares rape allegations to Rolling Stone story
     Camille Cosby, the wife of Bill Cosby, issued a statement on Monday in which she took issue with the way that the media has covered accusations against her husband, even comparing it to the coverage of the allegations of rape at the University of...
  • Prosecutors highlight money, sex, power in grant scam trial

    Prosecutors highlight money, sex, power in grant scam trial
    SPRINGFIELD — A federal prosecutor on Monday launched into closing arguments in a corruption trial that touched on money, sex, the president's longtime golfing buddy and the alleged theft of state grant funds designed to fight cancer, flu and AIDS...
  • Osceola arrests of Army recruiters part of nationwide pattern of sexual misconduct

    Osceola arrests of Army recruiters part of nationwide pattern of sexual misconduct
    The recent arrests of two Army recruiters in Osceola County charged with having sex with a 17-year-old girl highlight a nationwide pattern of sexual misconduct by military recruiters. The recruiters, Christopher Doner, 30, and John Back, 33, started...
  • South Gate art instructor exits L.A. Unified's 'teacher jail'

    South Gate art instructor exits L.A. Unified's 'teacher jail'
    A popular South Gate Middle School teacher returned to the classroom Wednesday, eight months after he was pulled from campus for alleged financial improprieties.  The case of Stuart Lutz, 60, became one more touchstone in the debate in the Los Angeles...
  • Former basketball players sue Pepperdine, coach for discrimination

    Former basketball players sue Pepperdine, coach for discrimination
    Two former Pepperdine University women’s basketball players allege they were harassed and discriminated against because of their sexual orientation, according to a lawsuit filed last week against the university and Coach Ryan Weisenberg in Los...
  • 49ers cut Ray McDonald in wake of sexual assault investigation

    SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- The San Francisco 49ers released Ray McDonald on Wednesday after police announced that the veteran defensive tackle is the suspect in a sexual assault investigation. General manager Trent Baalke said the 49ers notified McDonald...
  • Actor Stephen Collins admits sexual misconduct with three girls

    Actor Stephen Collins admits sexual misconduct with three girls
    Actor Stephen Collins has publicly admitted that he engaged in sexual misconduct with three girls decades ago, calling his actions "inexcusable" and saying he was "deeply remorseful about what happened," according to People magazine. In a recent...
  • California fraternity closed over harassment of marchers during anti-rape event

    A San Diego State University fraternity whose members were accused of harassing people taking part in an anti-rape march has been closed, the school said on Tuesday, a move that comes amid a renewed debate over the handling of sexual assaults on U.S....
  • L.A. County fielded numerous complaints before deaths of two children

    Over the last eight months, Los Angeles County social workers fielded repeated reports that Alan Dean Edwards' two children were in danger. They opened investigations and let some complaints languish past the state's 30-day deadline, according to county...