More details have been released surrounding Yale’s expulsion of Jack Montague.
Montague was captain of the Yale basketball team before being expelled from the university for allegations of sexual misconduct. In response, Montague and his legal team have filed a lawsuit against the university claiming the charge was brought against him at the Title IX officers insistence.
Montague has asked for an injunction on his expulsion from school so that he can finish his senior year and receive a degree.
Yale, in a countersuit, opposes Montague’s request for an injunction and says that Jane Roe made it abundantly clear that she did not want to have sex.
”She told him, ‘Jack, no, I said I wanted to hook up but not have sex,’ but he penetrated Ms. Roe over her objection,”’ according to the court filing. ”When the plaintiff was finished, he said to Ms. Roe, ”I’m really sorry. I know you didn’t want that.”
The university panel that responded to the original complaint said they didn’t believe Montague’s account because of his “selective memory and his shifting recollection with respect to how he obtained consent.”