New sex claims lodged against former Keiser University president

A week after a former Florida university president was being beaten and carjacked, new allegations by police claim he "intended to have sex with three underage girls the night he was carjacked," WKMG reports.

Matthew McEnany was suspended from his job as president of the Daytona Beach campus of Keiser University after being carjacked and mugged trying to pick up two girls on Aug. 11 for a “sexual rendezvous,” police said at the time.  According to WKMG, McEnany had been texting with three underage girls — a 13-year-old, a 14-year-old, and a pregnant 15-year-old — prior to the carjacking. Daytona Beach Police Chief Mike Chitwood said it was a disturbing line of texts.

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"When you have a 60-year-old man sending 50 text messages to a 15-year-old, that's not good," he said. "It's pretty sexually graphic and pretty disgusting, to be honest."

Keiser University in Daytona Beach has since terminated McEnany, according to WKMG, and he could face charges including luring an underage girl for sex.

Read more at WKMG.

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