New allegations have emerged against a former Notre Dame academic coach who is accused of coercing a student into having a sexual relationship with her daughter. The unnamed complainant's lawyers yesterday released a six-page report by an investigator hired by the university that USA Today reports contains "graphic details." The student, who is black, alleges the white coach told him she "always wanted to have sex with a black man," per WSBT, and at one point asked him when was the last time he and her daughter had had sex. When he responded that it had been a few days, he says the woman told them to ''go upstairs immediately and have sex," reports the AP, which notes she also allegedly provided condoms and paid for hotel rooms. (The report also says the daughter and student "engaged in sexual activities very often, to the point of being unnatural.")
The student also alleges the woman's daughter said, ''You know if you break up with me, I am going to kill you, right?'' The student's lawyer says he released the report—which doesn't describe how the coach allegedly coerced the student—because a university rep called the initial accusations "gratuitous" and "unfounded." "We hope that they do correct the statement," he says. Notre Dame says the student asked for millions from the school after filing a complaint on Aug. 26. The school immediately put the academic coach on leave; she was fired on Oct. 5. "There are two sides to every breakup and that this is being played out in the media is incredibly painful to us," the unnamed academic coach says in a statement. We "welcomed this young man into our lives at a time when he, himself said, he couldn't rely on anyone else." Her lawyer adds the allegations in the report "do not support the allegations he made in the original suit."