Lawsuit alleges white female Notre Dame coach lured Black student athletes to have sex with daughter

According to a lawsuit, a University of Notre Dame black male student is accusing a white female academic coach of coercing young football and basketball players into having sex with her daughter. The lawsuit states the student sought tutoring when the accused started offering her daughter for sex and provided condoms and a hotel room. The accused states that the academic coach pressed him for details about the sexual encounters. The lawsuit also states that other black male student-athletes were also targeted by the woman.

The student also alleges that when he tried to end the relationship with the daughter of the academic coach, attempts were made to make the student question his mental health. The suit alleges an apparent colleague and friend of the academic coach in the school’s psychiatric support allegedly worked in cahoots to “medicate Plaintiff John Doe to keep him passive, cooperative, and under control,”.

Officials at Notre Dame deny the allegations and said that “The allegations against the University of Notre Dame in the complaint are unfounded,” and “As are gratuitous and unfounded references to ‘student-athletes’ — an allegation that is nothing more than a cynical attempt to attract publicity.”

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