UT athletics director fired for sexual harrasment
An associate athletics director for the University of Texas football program, Cleve Bryant, was fired in March for making sexual advances toward a female administrative assistant for almost two years.
An investigation into Bryant’s behavior found that the man did sexually harass the woman and officials believe that it was likely to be verbal and physical. Bryant was a large asset to the team and handled many daily activities.
The 24-year-old woman filed the report against the man and described multiple situations where she was harassed by the Bryant. The woman was a Texas grad in 2008 and hired as an administrative assistant to the football team where here daily tasks were supervised by Bryant.
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