GA: Morehouse Staffer Accused Of Sex Misconduct
A MOREHOUSE COLLEGE STAFFER HAS BEEN PUT ON LEAVE WHILE THE SCHOOL INVESTIGATES SEXUAL MISCONDUCT ACCUSATIONS
(CNN) – Officials at Morehouse College in Atlanta are looking into multiple sexual misconduct allegations against a staffer there.
It all started with Michael Key, a current Morehouse student who posted a video on Twitter last week saying Demarcus Crews made unwanted advances.
Then, two more students came forward with similar stories.
Bryson Hill, who also shared his story on Twitter said crews sexually harassed him.
Then John Franklin, a former student accused crews of making unwanted sexual advances too.
According to LinkedIn, Demarcus crews graduated from Morehouse in 2015 and has been working at the historically-black, all-male college ever since.
Since May, he’s been the interim director of housing and residential education.
Crews is on unpaid leave right now as the college investigates the accusations.
It’s not clear whether or not any of the alleged victims filed police reports.