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The office was later renamed the Office of Institutional Equity.
It took the department nearly six months to conclude its investigation, violating MSU’s policy that dictates investigations be completed within 90 days, the complaint says.
The failures, the complaint notes, led the student, who worked in the same building as the equity office, to quit her job out of fear of retaliation from Mumphery.
The Sunday lawsuit notes that initially, the Office of Institutional Equity concluded Mumphery had not violated MSU policies on relationship violence and sexual misconduct. 22, 2016, determined the office had made “procedural errors” and “capricious findings” and directed it to reopen the investigation and clarify its findings.
But Mumphery “wanted sex” and assaulted her inside the dorm room. District Court’s Western District of Michigan on Sunday, the victim, identified as “Jane Doe,” is suing the university, its Board of Trustees and President Lou Anna Simon for violating her legal rights and “failure to address sexual assault overall.”The 17-page complaint alleges missteps in the university's investigation as well as its failure to uphold a decision banning the plaintiff’s alleged attacker — former MSU wide receiver Keith Mumphery — from campus just days after it was issued in June 2016.The plaintiff is seeking unspecified damages for emotional distress.The encounter marked their first in-person meeting, according to the complaint.Shortly after arriving, the suit alleges Mumphery kept pulling the plaintiff onto his lap, even though she kept trying to stand up and walk away.
Mumphery did attend the golf outing, according to the lawsuit.