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Case 6:16-cv-00180-RP-JCM Document 1 Filed 06/20/16 Page 3 of 17

environment of rape by male students that was condoned and completely unaddressed by Baylor
and Baylor Regents officials, including President Ken Starr and Title IX coordinator Patty


Baylor and Baylor Regents intentionally acted in a clearly unreasonable fashion, in direct

violation of Title IX by acts of custom, and an official policy of deliberate indifference to sexual
assaults, directly supporting, maintaining and controlling environments for students that
encouraged underage drinking, drug use, rape, and unlawfully discriminating against victims of
sexual assault and fostering this hostile environment.

Baylor and Baylor Regents' lack of promptness in investigating and remedying campus

sexual assaults further constitutes deliberate indifference, because these investigative delays by

Baylor and Baylor Regents helped to create the hostile environment for discriminatory acts of

these third parties by Baylor's and Baylor Regents' repeated failure to timely remedy.


The case arises out of Plaintiff Doe being drugged and abducted from 617 Columbus

Avenue, Waco, Texas (also known as "The Rugby House") and her subsequent rape.

Importantly, neither "The Rugby House" nor the Baylor Rugby team were under the

control and supervision of the athletic department at Baylor. In addition, based on information
and belief, Plaintiff's assailant was not a member of the Baylor Rugby team.

These facts

demonstrate that the sexual assault issues at Baylor were not an "athletic department issue," but

were an institution-wide problem that Baylor and Baylor Regents failed to properly address. As
demonstrated in the chronological facts stated below, it is clear that Baylor and the Baylor


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