Meanwhile, Ken Starr has been removed as the university’s president, but will remain Chancellor and professor at Baylor Law School. News of Starr being fired as president broke Wednesday, although Baylor would not confirm the reports at that time.
The university issued the following press release revealing leadership changes, as well as the findings of the Pepper Hamilton report:
– Engagement & Education: The role of training, education and engagement of the entire Baylor
According to Joe Schad of ESPN, Baylor president Ken Starr has urged the Baylor board of regents to release the entire report once it’s received. He didn’t want paraphrased excerpts.
After the news broke, Briles deleted his Twitter account.
Following the release of the Pepper Hamilton report, the lawyers for a woman who is suing the university issued a statement on the findings:
The lawyers of a rape victim and former Baylor student, who filed a Title IX lawsuit against Baylor University, have issued a statement following the release of the findings of the Pepper Hamilton report and the announcement of leadership changes at the Waco college.
On Wednesday, March 30, The Zalkin Law Firm announced the filing of a federal Title IX civil lawsuit on against the Baylor University Board of Regents on behalf of Hernandez, who was sexually assaulted and raped by another student, East Texas native and former football player Tevin Elliott, while attending the university.