A Baylor student named Jasmin Hernandez, who was raped by Baylor football player Tevin Elliot in 2014, is suing the university for its mishandling of her case. Former head coach Art Briles was named as a co-defendant, which was filed before he was fired, and now he’s attempting to block settlement of the lawsuit while perhaps building his own case for a wrongful termination suit. Today, an attorney representing Briles filed a motion in the Hernandez suit, seeking to prevent Baylor’s attorneys from continuing to represent him in the lawsuit. According to the motion, Briles is upset that Baylor’s attorneys have continued to speak on his behalf even after his dismissal, and specifically takes issue with their insistence on settling the case. Briles, it seems, has no intention of settling: Further, without being provided current information and without having anopportunity to consider this information, Mr. Briles does not wish to settle the Hernandez civil rights litigation and does not consent to any settlement in that case or in any other case in which is is jointly named as a defendant and currently outstanding or filed in the future. There’s something else at play in this motion, though, because it certainly… Read full this story
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