SHARON LEWIS LAWSUIT TARGETING LSU'S PAST & CURRENT COACHING TITAN

Updated: Feb 27



by LONN PHILLIPS SULLIVAN

@LonnPhillips


Another Twist in the Sharon Lewis case (from Tiger Rag):

"An attorney representing Sharon Lewis claims she was a victim of sexual misconduct while employed as LSU’s associate athletic director for football recruiting and alumni relations.


Larry English, a New York-based attorney, told Talk Louisiana host Jim Engster that a male coach at LSU exposed his genitals to Lewis in 2013. English said the coach was recently rehired at LSU but declined to name him until the sexual misconduct claims are added to Lewis’ lawsuit against the university.


English said Lewis reported the claims to LSU officials Verge Ausberry and Miriam Segar, but no actions were taken against the coach.


“We have separate individuals that Ms. Lewis spoke to this about in 2013 and it’s documented,” English told Engster, who is the president of Tiger Rag. “We are going to be amending our pleadings to add this information in.”


So....given the timeline, and the clues, we now know:

Sharon Lewis has LSU's greatest recruiting asset in her crosshairs, Frank Wilson, one of the most important coaches, if not the most important outside of Kelly, on staff.

Lewis is looking for a settlement from LSU, that's for sure, although if she was a victim at the hands of Wilson, why continue working for 9 years at the same program that allowed him to attack you?

excerpt from one of Lewis' complaints against Wilson from her lawsuit.

I have some big questions here....but this situation could get even more out of hand as Sharon Lewis looks ready and willing to not only drag LSU's dirty laundry through the media circus ring, she may just try to burn down the house.

Sharon Lewis is very dangerous when talking about LSU moving on from Orgeron and Miles' Title IX-violating eras; if Lewis is seeking justice for the victims, that's fine, and if she is a victim herself, she deserves justice....however, we are only just hearing of a coach assaulting her after nearly a year and a half into her own litigation against the university.

SOME OF OUR TITLE IX COVERAGE:

TIME FOR CHANGE

REACTION ON MARK ROGERS TV


by LONN PHILLIPS SULLIVAN

@LonnPhillips

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