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>> A former Baylor University student has sued the college with allegations that she was drugged and gang raped by football players. A former volleyball player said she was raped in 2012 by four to eight players, and the university initially tried to sweep the crime under the rug to protect a winning football team.
The lawsuit, filed on Tuesday in a US district court in Waco, alleges Baylor created an environment that advanced sexual violence towards women by its football players. The suit, the latest in a series of lawsuits, allegations, and convictions for sexual assaults over the past few years at the university, which is the world's largest Baptist college.
The sexual assault scandals cost football coach Art Briles his job last year and forced out university President and Chancellor, Kenneth Starr, who of course is best known for investigating President Bill Clinton's sex scandals in the '90s. The US Department of Education is investigating Baylor's response to the sexual violence.