Freshman sues Clemson to overturn sex misconduct suspension

John Doe, contends that he had consensual sex last October. The suit says that the male student was suspended for six months and evicted from his dormitory…when the male student appealed the ruling Chief of Staff Max Allen upheld the ruling and increased the student’s suspension to one year. The suit lists a series of alleged “wrongful actions” by the university. They include failure to conduct a thorough and impartial investigation, improperly advising and advocating on behalf of the female accuser, gender bias, failure to provide the male student with a presumption of innocence and an unilateral and arbitrary increase of unwarranted sanctions By Kirk Brown

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