Sunday, February 14, 2016

6 Women looking for a Payday: Peyton Manning incident cited in new lawsuit alleging culture of sexual harassment at University of Tennessee

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I don’t believe any of the allegations for a second. 
These are six lying woman looking to get a quick settlement, fast cash, twenty years later.  If their cases had merit they should have brought them then.
NY DailyNews reports a new lawsuit alleging systemic disregard for women claiming sexual harassment at the University of Tennessee cites the notorious case of a naked Peyton Manning allegedly sitting on a female athletic trainer as she examined his foot.

Papers filed in Nashville District Court by six women identified only as Jane Does detail separate cases of abuse or sexual harassment by revered members of the university's basketball or football teams, which the allegedly school swept under the rug.

The case cites the 1996 incident involving Manning — then the star quarterback for the Volunteers — in which he allegedly placed his genitals on athletic trainer Jamie Naughright's head.

“Jamie Whited, the first female associate trainer in UT’s history, reported an incident to the Sexual Assault Crisis Center in Knoxville alleging that UT football player Peyton Manning had, in brief, ‘sat on her face’ while she was assessing the extent of an injury,” the suit reads.

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