FOURTH Male Sues Yale for Gender Discrimination Over Title IX ‘Groping’ Hearing

A junior at Yale University is suing his school after a Title IX investigation found him guilty of false allegations of “groping” and “creating a hostile academic environment.” He is the fourth male student to file suit against Yale alleging gender discrimination since 2011. The lawsuit contends that the student was accused by two longtime female friends who colluded to allege that he groped them, citing that the two complaints were filed “only minutes apart” in September 2017, both alleging misconduct in 2016. The student’s lawyer Andrew Miltenberg, argues that because the affair was rife with “gender bias,” the school “failed to conduct thorough and impartial investigation.” Toni Airaksinen

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