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Reggie Lynch recommended for expulsion after being found responsible by EOAA in a separate incident

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Reggie Lynch has been recommended for expulsion by the University of Minnesota’s Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action. This is the result of an allegation by a different woman than the previous two already known incidents. This latest finding is for an incident that occurred three weeks after the incident that led to him being found responsible for sexual misconduct by the EOAA last week.

Lynch has now been accused of three assaults that occurred during the span of one month in 2016. He has been found by the EOAA to have committed misconduct in two of those allegations. In the third the EOAA did not find sufficient evidence.

Like the previous finding, Lynch is able to appeal and must do so with in the next five weekdays. If he does not appeal he will be expelled immediately.

The Star Tribune has more on this story. We are certain that there will be more on this story in the coming days.

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