Report: UCLA associate AD resigns
A veteran UCLA employee has resigned amid allegations of inappropriate conduct with children on the Internet, according to the CBS affiliate in Los Angeles.
Michael Sondheimer stepped down from his post as UCLA’s associate athletic director. He was a 36-year veteran of the university, and was most recently in charge of on-campus recruiting.
A UCLA spokesperson told CBS2 in a statement, “Sondheimer was placed on administrative leave June 3, immediately after the university learned of allegations that he had engaged in inappropriate conduct. The allegations were unrelated to his job at UCLA and did not involve students or any other employees.”
Sondheimer's attorney had no comment about the allegations. An investigation is under way.
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