Old Dominion University said last week that it will investigate allegations of sexual misconduct against Philip Ross biographer Black Bailey, a former creative writing professor there, and he is facing allegations of rape and attempted rape by his former high school student ( They are both adults) suspected of committing a crime) and a woman working in the publishing industry. In light of another set of reports, multiple accusers of Old Dominion made public their allegations against Pele last month. They said that from 2010 to 2016, Bailey harassed a professor and made unnecessary teases during the Old Dominion. These women and some witnesses stated that their attempts to report Bailey failed.
Old Dominion originally issued a statement through a local law firm, and many people on campus said The equivalent of a character assassination of Bailey’s accuserFor example, it said that a professor spoke aloud and “bragged” that Bailey had caught her genitals. It also showed that Bailey’s student plaintiff could not enter the scene. Those critics of Old Dominion’s response called for a real investigation of the allegations against Bailey because the law firm did not contact any of the plaintiffs or their close supporters before sharing the statement with the plaintiffs. Virginia pilot newspaper. They are also seeking to improve how the university responds to allegations of misconduct.
“It is clear that the initial response of the university has caused pain to members of our community,” President John Broderick said in a school-wide memo last week. “It is very important for me to get a truly independent report on this matter and we can assure our campus community that sexual harassment and other misconduct will not be tolerated.” Broderick also said, Old Dominion has consulted with the state attorney general’s office on how to conduct the investigation. Bailey denied the charges against him.