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Women lawmakers in the Louisiana Legislature asked LSU President Tom Galligan Wednesday to punish two athletics administrators, Verge Ausberry and Miriam Segar, more severely after they failed to report sexual misconduct and domestic violence to the appropriate authorities.

Some lawmakers, after hearing from victims of sexual misconduct and domestic violence at the hands of LSU football players, also said a wider group of people in the Athletics Department might need to be disciplined. Aimee Freeman, D-New Orleans. The Louisiana Senate Select Committee on Women and Children — which held a hearing on higher education sexual misconduct Wednesday — then issued a formal statement at the end of the meeting that lasted nearly 10 hours.

The committee, made up of mostly women, asked LSU to consider more severe punishments for Ausberry and Segar. Former LSU students who have accused former football players of rape and domestic violence are calling for Ausberry, Segar and others in the Athletics Department to be fired. Still, on Wednesday, there was an indication that at least some members of the LSU Board of Supervisors — which oversees Galligan — might consider stiffer punishments following pushback from the women lawmakers.

Davis was later convicted for domestic violence and went on to abuse at least one more woman athlete at LSU. Over the past several months, a handful of women have come forward to say Guice raped or sexually assaulted them while he was at LSU. Guice has denied the rape allegations. Miles lost his job coaching football at the University of Kansas this week as a result of his behavior toward female students workers while he was at LSU. Kansas also fired its athletics director Jeff Long. Some victims who spoke at the hearing brought up new allegations and information about sexual misconduct at LSU that had not ly been disclosed.

Lewis, who had been abused by Davis, revealed Guice had also physically threatened her. Calise Richardson, a former Athletics Department student worker, has been public for months about the physical abuse she suffered from Davis while they were dating as well. But on Wednesday, she also told lawmakers that Guice had attempted to rape her. Abby Owens revealed for the first time that she is the LSU tennis player who Guice allegedly raped in Brennan has accused Guice of taking a nude photo of her without her consent and passing it around the athletics department.

Women lawmakers in the Louisiana Legislature said higher education leaders more broadly need to enforce state laws already on the books that are meant to combat sexual misconduct. Sharon Hewitt, R-Slidell.

Participation in a required university survey which is supposed to glean information about sexual misconduct across public higher education in Louisiana is also notoriously low. It hovers around three to five percent, according to the Associated Press. Some women lawmakers were particularly concerned that victims of sexual misconduct were denied access to police reports and other documents regarding LSU investigations into the allegations they made.

Heather Cloud, R-Turkey Creek, asked higher education leaders whether they prevented people who made complaints about sexual misconduct from getting access to documents and police reports about their allegations. Leaders at Southern University system, the University of Louisiana system and the Louisiana Community and Technical College system said students do have access to that information.

Jim Henderson, who is the head of the University of Louisiana system, said those making complaints about sexual misconduct and those accused of sexual misconduct have access to the full investigation materials at the nine higher education institutions he oversees. Meanwhile, LSU is still fighting one victim, Brennan, over the release of a police report she made about Guice in court.

People in the University of Louisiana system with multi-year contracts — such as coaches and administrators — are also subject to termination if they fail to comply with Title IX reporting requirements, Henderson said. If those same policies had been in place at LSU, it may have been more likely that Miles would have been fired years ago. We ask that you edit only for style or to shorten, provide proper attribution and link to our web site. Please see our republishing guidelines for use of photos and graphics.

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