Univ. Of Tennessee Football Players Accused Of Multiple Rapes And Beating Teammate
The NYDailyNews is reporting yet another sad incident of college athletes being accused of multiple vicious sexual assaults. To make matters worse, the same athletes are alleged to have beaten one of their teammates TWICE for attempting to help one of the purported victims…
Football players at the University of Tennessee allegedly beat one of their teammates in 2014 for helping a woman who accused the players of rape, according to a bombshell lawsuit claiming that the school showed “deliberate indifference” to sexual assault reports.
The federal suit, filed Tuesday, comes from six unnamed women and says the school violated Title IX through a system biased against alleged victims.
It accuses four former student-athletes — football players A.J. Johnson, Riyahd Jones and Michael Williams, and baseball player Yemi Makanjuola — of sexual assault, as well as two unnamed current students, one of whom is a football player. The suit does not specify if any of the six allegedly beat up football player Drae Bowles.
We can only surmise that being a rapist wasn’t evil enough for these guys. They wanted to add a few felony cherries on top of their criminal sundae…
Bowles, a wide receiver, drove one alleged victim to the hospital the night she said she was assaulted, according to the suit. He supported her decision to tell police about the attack.
After that, the football team “had a ‘hit’ out on Drae Bowles,” the suit says.
Some time later, the woman Bowles helped received a message from another sexual assault accuser, who said she witnessed several players “jumping” Bowles, apparently with coaches watching the whole thing, the suit says.
The first woman told the team’s head coach about the beatdown, and was told he would “look into it” — only to never hear about it again.
Wish we could be surprised, but we’ve already seen how these colleges will go through GREAT lengths to protect their precious negro money-makers from the long arms of the law.
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