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  • southsil4lilsouthsil4lil Short TexasPosts: 8,711 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited May 17
    Baylor was trash for so long that they were willing to risk it all just to have a relevant football program
    Alpha_Ambition G.Avant
  • BDBIIDBDBIID 5* Poster. Ranked #1 ESPNU150,Rivals,247Sports. Uncommitted. Tri-State Posts: 17,862 ✭✭✭✭✭
    At this rate the Next bombshell to drop from there.



    RG3 was raping too.
  • stringer bellstringer bell Posts: 21,220 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://lawnewz.com/high-profile/lawsuit-against-baylor-university-alleges-gang-rapes-dog-fighting-at-football-team-parties/
    The lawsuit alleges that the Baylor football program, led by Coach Art Briles, had a “‘Show em a good time’ policy” for their players, as a means of attracting top recruits. That allegedly included taking underage recruits to strip clubs, and funding off-campus parties where players allegedly gang raped female students.

    The allegations specifically state that as a method of hazing freshman teammates, players would bring freshman girls to parties hosted at players’ houses. “At these parties, the girls would be drugged and gang raped, or in the words of the football players, “trains” would be run on the girls,” the lawsuit says. These were allegedly “bonding” experiences for the team. Players then allegedly circulated photos and videos of the rapes among themselves. Doe claims that she was the victim of one of these gang rapes, where players took turns having sex with her while she was barely conscious and couldn’t move.

    In addition to sexual assault, Doe claims that player parties featured dog fighting as well, resulting in one dog almost dying from serious injuries.

    The lawsuit states, “Sexual assault and dating violence permeated Baylor’s football program dating back to at least 2007.” It notes that an investigation by law firm Pepper Hamilton turned up allegations of sexual assault or domestic violence from 17 different victims against 19 different Baylor football players. Those allegations included claims of four gang rapes in 2012, one of them being Doe’s. Adding to this number, the complaint says that more recent reports show that between 2011 and 2014, there were at least 52 alleged rapes by at least 31 players.

    According to the complaint, coaches and staff looked the other way when it came to accusations against football players, failing to report incidents to anyone outside the athletic department, and in some cases trying to pressure victims into not reporting incidents of sexual assault to law enforcement.

    http://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/19403308/woman-reported-gang-rape-baylor-football-players-files-title-ix-lawsuit
    The woman's lawsuit asserts that the members of the Baylor football team had "already developed a system of hazing their freshman recruits by having them bring or invite freshman females to house parties hosted by members of the football team. At these parties, the girls would be drugged and gang raped, or in the words of the football players, 'trains' would be run on the girls."

    The lawsuit alleges that the gang rapes were a "bonding" experience for the players and that photographs and videotapes of the "semi-conscious" girls were taken during the assaults and "circulated amongst the football players."

    The lawsuit says a 21-second videotape of two female Baylor students being gang-raped by several football players circulated among the team.

    "Simply put, Baylor football under Briles had run wild, in more ways than one, and Baylor was doing nothing to stop it," the lawsuit says.

    The woman's complaint is the seventh federal Title IX lawsuit, involving 15 women, filed against Baylor.

    "As this case proceeds, Baylor maintains its ability to present facts -- as available to the University -- in response to the allegations contained in the legal filing. The University's response in no way changes Baylor's position that any assault involving members of our campus community is reprehensible and inexcusable," the Baylor spokesman said. "Baylor remains committed to eliminating all forms of sexual and gender-based harassment and discrimination within our campus community."

    The woman, identified only as Jane Doe and a former Baylor volleyball player in the lawsuit, said that neither she nor her parents "ever indicated that they did not want to report the assault to judicial affairs or to police," which contradicts statements from Baylor and other sources who indicated that the woman refused to pursue her case and simply wanted to leave Baylor.
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    The lawsuit details her alleged assault on Feb. 11, 2012, when she went to an off-campus party at a football player's apartment. The woman said she was drinking and believes she was drugged. At the party, the woman's friend reported seeing one football player trying to pull her into a bathroom several times. Another player, whose sexual advances the woman had turned down the day before, kept grabbing at her all night despite her repeatedly telling him "no," the lawsuit states.

    According to the lawsuit, once the woman's friends left, a football player picked her up, put her in his vehicle and drove her to another location, where at least four football players "brutally gang raped" her.

    "Plaintiff remembers lying on her back, unable to move and staring at glow-in-the-dark stars on the ceiling as the football players took turns raping her," the lawsuit says. "Following the gang rape, plaintiff remembers hearing the players yell, 'Grab her phone! Delete my numbers and texts!'"

    "During our investigation, we found one eyewitness who saw her being carried up into an apartment," the woman's attorney, Muhammad Aziz of Houston, told ESPN on Wednesday. "After the incident, people told her what happened. At that point, she didn't know exactly how many people were involved."

    In the aftermath of the alleged assault, the lawsuit states, several Baylor football players subjected her to "verbal abuse and public humiliation" and sent several text messages to her saying that the night's events had been consensual and that she "wanted it," followed by taunts that the players had nude photographs of her. According to the lawsuit, she became a further subject of rumors and disparaging comments involving football players "riding train" -- a term used when multiple men take turns having sex with the same woman, which was a common allegation involving Baylor football players.
    It also referenced a football player harassing her via text message, at one point writing, "he never came on to her because she was 'easy' and 'like coach said we [Baylor football players] don't want easy.'" The lawsuit states that the same football player and his teammates broke into her apartment, threw her clothes and belongings all over the room and stole money and a necklace in April 2013. She reported the burglary to Waco, Texas, police, but none of the athletes faced charges "on the pretext that the Waco Police Department made the players return plaintiff's belongings," the lawsuit states.

    The football players said the burglary was in retaliation for the woman stealing one of their dogs, which the lawsuit states the woman took to the vet after the animal was injured in a dogfight orchestrated by Baylor football players, another common allegation. The woman met directly with Briles to report the burglary, and the lawsuit states the coach was "short with [her]" and hurried the meeting along. She said she doesn't think any of the players were disciplined. The woman's attorney said she did not tell Briles about the alleged gang rape during that meeting.

    In May 2013, the woman went on a mission trip to Africa led by Baylor football chaplain Wes Yeary, whom the woman also told about the alleged gang rape. Two football players, including one who allegedly sexually assaulted the woman, were on the trip as well, the woman's lawsuit states. During that trip, she was told that up to eight football players had been involved in her alleged gang rape, and "after the revelation, plaintiff, who was already emotionally shattered, finally reached her breaking point," and she decided to withdraw from Baylor.
  • King_MOEbraKing_MOEbra Posts: 7,696 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Baylor definitely deserves the death penalty.
  • goodlookinoutgoodlookinout You Bitch You Posts: 5,098 ✭✭✭✭✭
    All this fuck shit at Baylor and no National Titles to show 4 it not even close yeah banish they asses 4 at least 10 years
    So ILL
  • moyomoyo Posts: 1,560 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Where buddy at that got mad at me when I said that Baylor was gonna fade into Bolivia last year? This shit done went from bad to worse.
  • caddo mancaddo man Failure is success in progress! Posts: 21,256 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Fuck at them cats pulling a Cosby!
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    'Scust
  • pachá12pachá12 502Posts: 712 ✭✭✭✭✭
    What happens when you ask Siri 'When did Michael Jordan retire?'...

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  • G.AvantG.Avant Mr. superthug og godbody kick ass karate pimpin magically enlightened nigga Jack n' Kill, FlawdaPosts: 4,229 ✭✭✭✭✭
    caddo man wrote: »
    Fuck at them cats pulling a Cosby!
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    'Scust

    Cuz in the bag look pure scumbag too lmao
  • G.AvantG.Avant Mr. superthug og godbody kick ass karate pimpin magically enlightened nigga Jack n' Kill, FlawdaPosts: 4,229 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Baylor was trash for so long that they were willing to risk it all just to have a relevant football program

    And the sorry ass niggas failed to do much of note EVEN then lol
    southsil4lil
  • lord nemesislord nemesis You ever dance with the Devil in the pale moonlight? Posts: 10,628 ✭✭✭✭✭
    All that rape and nothing to show for it, smh
    King_MOEbra
  • King_MOEbraKing_MOEbra Posts: 7,696 ✭✭✭✭✭
    pachá12 wrote: »
    What happens when you ask Siri 'When did Michael Jordan retire?'...

    4yelfxhptkbi.jpg

    Siri can eat a dick!
  • King_MOEbraKing_MOEbra Posts: 7,696 ✭✭✭✭✭
    G.Avant wrote: »
    Baylor was trash for so long that they were willing to risk it all just to have a relevant football program

    And the sorry ass niggas failed to do much of note EVEN then lol

    Bu...bu...but they beat Oklahoma!
  • G.AvantG.Avant Mr. superthug og godbody kick ass karate pimpin magically enlightened nigga Jack n' Kill, FlawdaPosts: 4,229 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Waiting on feedback from SEC on Malik Zaire. Y'all better hope they don't let that shit happen lol
    Shizlanskypachá12
  • lord nemesislord nemesis You ever dance with the Devil in the pale moonlight? Posts: 10,628 ✭✭✭✭✭
    G.Avant wrote: »
    Waiting on feedback from SEC on Malik Zaire. Y'all better hope they don't let that shit happen lol

    Better hope that turns out better than Golson turned out for us. I don't fuck with them ND quarterbacks
    southsil4lil
  • Rampage12Rampage12 Posts: 3,322 ✭✭✭✭✭
    G.Avant wrote: »
    Waiting on feedback from SEC on Malik Zaire. Y'all better hope they don't let that shit happen lol

    1. Y'all ain't getting him.
    2. Even if y'all do I'm supposed to be worried about y'all getting a nigga that hasn't even thrown for 1,000 yards...for his CAREER.

  • pachá12pachá12 502Posts: 712 ✭✭✭✭✭
    1. You should be worried.
    2. They can make packages for him.
    3. He doesn't have to start to be effective.
  • Rampage12Rampage12 Posts: 3,322 ✭✭✭✭✭
    pachá12 wrote: »
    1. You should be worried.
    2. They can make packages for him.
    3. He doesn't have to start to be effective.

    Well he's not going to Florida anyway so I don't give a shit.
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