ESPN Outside the Lines to air update on Louisville Sex Scandal Story

It’s the reason that the Louisville men’s basketball team has self-imposed a postseason ban this year, a sex scandal involving recruits and escorts.

On Sunday, ESPN’s “Outside The Lines” will air a follow-up story on the scandal that was reported on originally in 2015. The company made the announcement of the follow-up in a press release on Friday.

Details from @JohnBarrESPN on what to expect on Sunday's @OTLonESPN follow-up to Louisville scandal story. https://t.co/to6spyd5uX

— David Scott (@ESPNprDScott) March 11, 2016

The updated story will feature a number of new interviews as well as new information that the network feels confident about addressing. The interviews include Katina Powell, who revealed the scandal, and Andre McGee, the man allegedly behind the whole thing.

From ESPN:

“After several conversations with a source source close to the NCAA investigation, we realized that we could report new information about what NCAA investigators know about what happened at Louisville.”… “We acted on a tip about where Andre McGee is currently working,” Barr said. “It took a little doing but we managed to find McGee at his current job, or what may well be one of his current jobs. We had made several past attempts to try to find McGee and, for this story, I’m pleased to say that we finally did.”

The release went on to say that McGee was unwilling to fully cooperate on the matter, but the information collected will be interesting to many.

“Outside The Lines” is airing on Sunday at 9am ET on ESPN.

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