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She was dismissed in May Vehling said she would like her old job back and to once again represent her alma mater. Her lawsuit arose after she had exhausted all of her administrative remedies within the university, which denied any wrongdoing in a statement provided to The Times. UCLA has robust policies and procedures in place to ensure equity and fairness for all involved.
The university looks forward to responding in detail to her petition in court. The month, Alan Robbins, a major athletics donor and former state senator who once was charged with but acquitted of having sex with two year-old high school girls in the late s, asked Ucla bruins cheerleaders whether spirit squad members would be interested in attending a show while in Las Vegas.
Ten former USC Song Girls described to The Times a toxic culture within the famed collegiate dance team that included longtime former coach Lori Nelson rebuking women publicly for their eating habits, personal appearance and sex lives. Robbins to all of the elite-level donor engagement — private parties, the high-level trips that our donors are invited on, Mr.
Robbins was always treated and welcomed as he should be. She asked the squad members via group text if they wanted to attend. Attendance at events hosted by donors are never compulsory as part of spirit squad policy, the suit states, and members are routinely told to immediately leave any situation in which they are uncomfortable.
After looking up the show online, some spirit squad members chose not to attend, including Tiphanie McNiff, a part-time coach who accompanied the squad on the trip to Las Vegas. The spirit squad members who wanted to see the show arrived late and were seated in the front row. But they left and returned to their hotel after only 15 to 30 minutes, according to the suit, after the emcee directed several obscene Ucla bruins cheerleaders at them. A week after the Las Vegas trip, Vehling was placed on indefinite leave and barred from campus or making contact with any members of the spirit squad.
Vehling said she was denied access to her s, phone and spirit squad files during the investigation despite her requests to retrieve information, only being permitted to review a redacted copy of the evidence through an online portal for three days so that she could respond to the evidence. Vehling to never speak about it again. According to two sources close to the athletic department, UCLA issued Rebholz a letter of reprimand but cleared him of any wrongdoing that would require more serious punishment.
Vehling said in the suit that she reported to Sina in June other instances of inappropriate interactions involving a major donor besides Robbins with UCLA students who were not spirit squad members. Trevor Bauer is on a second seven-day administrative leave from the Dodgers after allegations of sexual assault. What happens next? Michael J. Robbins was also forbidden from attending receptions or events where spirit squad members might appear through the same time period or initiating contact with spirit squad members while they were enrolled at UCLA. Robbins, about whom members already had expressed concerns.
Vehling contended Friday no one on the team had ever raised any concerns about Robbins and she was the victim of a double standard. Ben Bolch has been a Los Angeles Times staff writer since He is serving his second stint as the UCLA beat writer, which seems fitting since he has covered almost every Ucla bruins cheerleaders beat except hockey and horse racing.
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