The water surrounding former University of Minnesota athletic director Norwood Teague has gotten hotter as new sexual harassment complaints have been filed against him. Gary Parrish of CBS Sports reported the new findings.
University president Eric Kaler reported today that “less than five” new complaints have been brought to the school’s attention and they are being investigated accordingly.
Teague stepped down from his position earlier this month after two female, non-student university employees filed sexual harassment complaints against him. It was later discovered that Teague had sent inappropriate texts not only to these two women, but to local reporter Amelia Rayno.
“We have received a small number of additional complaints since he came forward,” Kaler said on Minnesota Public Radio. “We’re in the process of investigating those, and we will ask the external counsel that we brought on board to also look into them.”
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