- Aug 27, 2011
Who's repeatedly forcibly touching people in the football building but someone not related to the football program? Doesn't make sense.If this is student led, and the student is not part of the football team, then there will be few if any repercussions for the football team
Gotta say, that's poorly written. Sounds like touching students on Thursdays is required under PA law.https://patch.com/pennsylvania/cranberry/s/goj7l/penn-state-s e xual-misconduct-complaint-being-investigated?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter&utm_term=police & fire&utm_campaign=recirc&utm_content=aol
Police on Penn State's campus are investigating a s e xual misconduct complaint that allegedly occurred at the football program's training facility multiple times during the past 15 months.
The university posted a notice of the complaint, which alleges that a student inappropriately touched other students, as is required by law on Thursday, according to multiple reports. University officials would not reveal whether the students involved are connected with the football program.
The Lasch Building houses the Penn State football team's locker room, weight room, meeting rooms and coaching offices. The facility gained notoriety during the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal because Sandusky assaulted some of his victims there.