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Sexual Misconduct

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  • Former student settles sex case against Burbank school district

    Former student settles sex case against Burbank school district
    A man who claimed he was sexually abused by his teacher when he was 14 years old has settled his lawsuit against the Burbank Unified school district that alleged school officials failed to oversee the teacher and train employees to recognize signs of...
  • American Apparel CEO's playboy lifestyle overshadowed successes

    American Apparel's abrupt ouster of controversial Chief Executive Dov Charney may pitch the company into bankruptcy by triggering defaults on two outstanding loans, the retailer warned Thursday.  In an SEC filing, American Apparel said the board's...
  • State university system revising sexual assault policy

    State university system revising sexual assault policy
    Amid a series of changes to federal laws regarding how universities handle sexual assaults and sexual misconduct, the University System of Maryland is in the process of updating its two-decade-old policies on the matter. The Board of Regents of the...
  • More Hollywood execs accused in sex ring

    More Hollywood execs accused in sex ring
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A man who has sued "X-Men" filmmaker Bryan Singer claiming he had raped him as a teenager named three more Hollywood executives in lawsuits filed on Monday, alleging sexual abuse and rape and seeking damages exceeding $10 million....
  • FSU responds to New York Times report questioning Jameis Winston rape investigation

    FSU responds to New York Times report questioning Jameis Winston rape investigation
    FSU released the following response to a New York Times article questioning the university's response to the Jameis Winston sexual assault investigation and rape cases reported by its students: RESPONSE TO TODAY'S NYT STORY The university expresses...
  • How far must we go to report sexual assault or harassment?

    There's been a lot of press lately on the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Right's decision to release the names of 55 colleges and universities being investigated for possible violations of federal law in how they handled sexual violence...
  • At its best, #YesAllWomen unites men and women against misogyny

    At its best, #YesAllWomen unites men and women against misogyny
    Because when I wrote a column about women bristling at strangers telling them to smile, I promptly got an email with the tagline, "Stop whining and smile, Bitch!" #YesAllWomen. The hashtag #YesAllWomen, used more than 1 million times so far and...
  • Cris Mazza on 'Something Wrong With Her'

     Cris Mazza on 'Something Wrong With Her'
    Cris Mazza is nothing if not candid. In her 17 volumes of fiction and essays over the past three decades, Mazza — a longtime professor of creative writing at the University of Illinois at Chicago — has set a high standard of frankness, in...
  • UConn Professor Accused Of Sexual Misconduct Retires

    A University of Connecticut music professor who was suspended with pay in 2013 while police investigated allegations of sexual misconduct retired on April 1 with an annual pension of $68,640. Robert F. Miller, 67, a former head of the music department,...
  • The man behind the lawsuits against Bryan Singer and others in Hollywood

    The man behind the lawsuits against Bryan Singer and others in Hollywood
    Michael Egan came to Hollywood at 14 or 15, a Nebraska kid who had done some professional modeling and was hoping to make it as an actor. A friend at school invited him to a mansion in Encino where, according to a lawsuit filed by Egan, he and other...
  • College administrators learning to be sexual misconduct detectives

    College administrators learning to be sexual misconduct detectives
    Butte College administrator Al Renville was never trained as a police investigator, but that's close to the job he found himself in when two students had a sexual encounter off campus that led one to file a complaint with the school. Renville said his...