University: Ex-player had 'non-consensual sex' with student

BY foxsports • September 2, 2016

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) The University of Kansas concluded that a former football player had ''non-consensual sex'' with one female student and violated the school's sexual harassment policy with another student who also alleges she was sexually assaulted.

The Kansas City Star ( ) obtained letters signed by the university's vice provost of student affairs that say a university investigation recommended that the ex-player, Jordan Goldenberg, be permanently expelled.

Goldenberg has not been criminally charged. Attorneys for Goldenberg say he denies the sex-assault allegations and withdrew from the university in lieu of expulsion.

A phone number listed for his family's home in Missouri has been disconnected.

The women have sued the university and spoken publicly, alleging they were sexually assaulted in a residence hall by the same then-football player. The lawsuits don't name Goldenberg.


Information from: The Kansas City Star,