Baylor lawsuit alleges 52 rapes by football players

FORMER ASSISTANT COACH KENDAL BRILES ALLEGEDLY ENCOURAGED BLACK PLAYERS TO RAPE WHITE GIRLS.

TRE’VON ARMSTEAD.

SHAMYCHEAL CHATMAN.

Baylor is supposed to be a Baptist school with religious values. Sports before God and morality is more like it.

The girl who was gang raped by the two players above is, I believe, black. Not that it matters. Among all the rapes that she says took place at Baylor, I’ll bet there are plenty of girls of all ethnicities sacrified to the football Gods.

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Explosive allegations surfaced on Friday as a result of a new lawsuit filed against Baylor relating to the school’s ongoing scandal involving sexual assaults.

According to the Dallas Morning News, a woman alleges she was gang raped by then-Bears football players Tre’Von Armstead and Shamycheal Chatman after a party in April of 2013. The two players were not charged in the incident, but were named as suspects according to police records and at least one of them had previously been accused of rape before but nothing was done.

Perhaps most notable is that the lawsuit also alleges that 31 Baylor football players committed 52 acts of rape over a four year period starting in 2011. Those numbers, in addition to being throughly repulsive, are figures that are well over double the number of incidents and players that have previously been reported in conjunction with the scandal at the school during the tenure of former head coach Art Briles.

According to the lawsuit that the DMN has viewed, former Bears offensive coordinator Kendal Briles is also alleged to have contributed to the “culture of sexual violence” at the school and once told a recruit, “Do you like white women? Because we have a lot of them at Baylor and they love football players.”

Briles is now offensive coordinator at Florida Atlantic under Lane Kiffin, who claimed the school did their “due diligence” and vetted the Baylor assistant prior to him being hired.

The disgusting revelations of the lawsuit are, sadly, only the latest in a long line of sexual assaults that have allegedly took place at the school over the past several years.

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Doe, who chose to attend Baylor in 2010 due to its ‘strong emphasis on developing Christian faith’, included details of her alleged rape on April 18, 2013, in the lawsuit.

She attended a party hosted by former defensive end Shawn Oakman, who has since been charged with sexual assault in an unrelated incident.

Doe was intoxicated and returned home with both Armstead and Chatman, the lawsuit states.

Her roommate’s boyfriend heard ‘what sounded like wrestling and a fist hitting someone’ followed by a loud bang, a slapping noise, and a woman’s voice saying ‘no’, the lawsuit states.

The boyfriend shouted through the closed door to check if Doe was okay, and insisted on seeing her emerge from the bedroom despite a response that she was ‘fine’, according to the lawsuit.

When the door opened, the roommate’s boyfriend saw Doe partially unclothed on the floor, said ‘she is not fine’, and told Armstead and Chatman he was calling 911, the lawsuit states.

Before police arrived, Chatman enlisted the help of a Bruin, who arrived at Doe’s home and encouraged her to tell police she had ‘consensual sex with one white male’, the lawsuit alleges.

The attack was reported to Waco police but no charges were filed and the players were allowed to stay on the team at the time.

This story is not so much about the black race as it is about white men who put football above morals and good values. Shame on them. They should be shunned by anyone who does have a sense of decency.

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