Published: Sat, July 21, 2018
Sports | By Ivan Ross

Lawsuit, Ex-Student Focus on Complaints About Ohio State Doctor

Lawsuit, Ex-Student Focus on Complaints About Ohio State Doctor

More than 100 former students have told investigators they were victims of sexual misconduct by a now-deceased Ohio State University doctor employed by its athletic department and medical staff for almost two decades, the university said on Friday.

Jordan has publicly said he was never aware of abuse when he was an assistant coach from 1987 to 1995, and he has repeatedly denied some former wrestlers' claims that he knew they were inappropriately groped by Strauss. Daniel JordanThe Hill's Morning Report - Russia furor grips Washington Freedom Caucus members see openings in leadership Jordan interviewed in OSU investigation into alleged doctor's sex abuse MORE (R-Ohio).

The lawsuit describes Richard Strauss, who killed himself after retiring from the university, as "a prolific sexual predator" who might have assaulted 1,500 or more male students at Ohio State.

The lawsuit seeks punitive damages to be determined by a jury and other damages and expenses.

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Strauss was employed by the university for two decades until he retired in 1998.

His attorney, Bradley Koffel, said Smith is accused by his ex-wife of driving to her apartment after she told him they would meet elsewhere so he could drop off their son.

In recent weeks, several former OSU athletes have publicly claimed Dr. Richard Strauss, who died by suicide in 2005, sexually abused them under the guise of a medical examination.

Ian Fury, a spokesman for Jordan, disputed the claims, telling Reuters immediately after the allegations were made that the Ohio Republican never saw or heard about any abuse, nor was it ever reported to him while he was a coach.

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Jeff Chamberlain, who ran track and cross-country from 1989 to 1993, said that during his sophomore year, Strauss held his testicles for what he estimated was as about 20 seconds.

Snyder-Hill contacted the investigators after seeing news reports about Strauss, and they confirmed having some paperwork about the incident.

The university said investigators plan 100 or more additional interviews.

"Once they wrote me back and said that, then I was on fire, because then, I was just like, I want to validate every single person it happened to, because it was real and it happened to me", he told CBS affiliate WBNS. The university has previously said that question is part of the inquiry.

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In the federal lawsuit filed Monday, July 16, 2018, four OH men listed as John Does say Strauss sexually assaulted or harassed them in the late 1980s or 1990s.

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