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The lawsuit is the fourth filed against the university by former students and athletes alleging abuse by Mainwaring. Get the latest Syracuse news delivered right to your inbox. Subscribe to our newsletter here. Two men claiming that former Olympic athlete and Syracuse University student Conrad Mainwaring sexually abused them are suing the university for negligence.
SU cannot comment on active litigation, said Sarah Scalese, senior associate vice president for university communications, in a statement to The Daily Orange. When the university first learned of allegations against Mainwaring in Februaryit immediately notified law enforcement and retained an outside law firm to conduct an independent review, Scalese said.
Mainwaring, who was a graduate student at SU in the s, has been accused of molesting multiple SU students during his time on campus, according to an ESPN investigation released in August At least 14 other men in the Syracuse area have accused Mainwaring of sexual abuse, including at least seven who were local high school students at the time.
The plaintiff was a year-old high school student at the time of the alleged abuse, and the abuse continued for three years, the lawsuit alleges. SU failed to supervise its students, faculty, staff and coaches — including Mainwaring — and failed to supervise and protect the students from foreseeable harm, the lawsuit claims. No charges have been filed against Mainwaring in Syracuse.
He cannot be prosecuted for abusing the underage boys because the incidents happened too long ago, Onondaga County District Attorney William Fitzpatrick told syracuse. Additionally, the law suspended the statute of limitations in such cases for one year, and this date was later extended to Aug.
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