Georgetown University Rocked By Scandal After Three Basketball Players Hit With Sexual Harassment And Burglary Charges

Georgetown University Rocked By Scandal After Three Basketball Players Hit With Sexual Harassment And Burglary Charges
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Three basketball players at Georgetown University have been hit with restraining orders, one after being charged with sexual harassment and assault and two more for burglary and harassment. 

The accusations were filed on November 5th by a fellow Georgetown student who accused one of sending threats to her and the two others of burglarizing her home. 

As The Daily Mail reports:

On November 5, a Georgetown student filed a restraining order against Josh LeBlanc and Galen Alexander, according to court records obtained by the Daily Mail. Reports of the restraining order first surfaced on Monday evening.

'In response to an alleged burglary that I believe Joshua LeBlanc committed against me on September 16, 2019, Joshua threatened bodily harm against myself and my roommate,' the accuser said in a statement. 'He continued to threaten me verbally and via text message in the following week. Joshua has also committed violence against women in the past.' 

The restraining orders were granted on November 20. Both LeBlanc and Alexander failed to appear for a November 14 hearing, but later played in the Hoyas loss to Penn State that night.

Their accuser's roommate filed a separate restraining order against Myron Gardner, as well as LeBlanc and Alexander, in which she accused Gardner of sexually harassment and assault stemming from a September 15 incident. She also claimed that Gardner, LeBlanc and Alexander burglarized her home on September 16.

 Source: American Update

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