Former LSU football coach Les Miles was investigated for sexual harassment in 2013
He was fired by the Louisiana State University 3 years before; he was posted at the head post at Les Miles, weathered an inner source. The statement given against him is that he sexually abused and made sexist comments about the students who have been working.
During the time in 2013, the investigation was done silently. Without knowing anyone by an outside law firm, Miles was the best and acknowledged by the college administration and
students as the best in his time and was a beloved teacher in college football. He is one of the the nation’s best clubs trained by him to win the national championship. But the fact that tells his behavior was judged to be improper; Miles appears to have faced many problems, repercussions from LSU.
It was not until 2016 after LSU got him off a second start, that the school fired him. Miles is now the head football coach at the University of Kansas.
In January, USA TODAY sued LSU for copying the investigation report. After LSU was sued by USA TODAY, it refused to own up the allegations and release them. East Baton Rouge District Court Judge Chip Moore has said in his statement that the bulk of it should have been made public and has provided the evidence report to the attorney generals in case. But Moore also ordered Tuesday that it will remain closed until a March 30 trial to hear Miles’s
statement and LSU’s argument to the release. USA TODAY gathered the information about the investigation from interviews of the three
people who were in the position to know about it and who spoke up on anonymity circumstances and were scared of the punishment.
The people explained the nature of the blame that was put on miles and the declared results. The Miles case is the latest news by USA TODAY, which has revealed the truth of widespread and mishandled sexual misconduct allegations by LSU’s athletic department and broader administration.