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An unnamed former William Jewell student filed suit against the college for allegedly threatening to expel her if she went public with allegations she was raped by a player on the football team. So reports Newsweek.

The lawsuit seeks $75,000 in damages and lawyer’s fees. According to the lawsuit, the Missouri school also knew the player had a history of sexual misconduct and, as such, failed to protect female students.

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