The University of Florida is facing a second Title IX investigation opened by the federal government. This one centers around the school’s handling of the Antonio Callaway case, but it seems to be coming from the star receiver and his legal counsel.
The Tampa Bay Times obtained a letter sent from the government to UF on July 28 that reiterates some issues that Callaway’s attorney, Huntley Johnson, had about how the school dealt with the case.
The contention made is that UF’s then-associate dean, Chris Loschiavo, had improper communication and an “improper work relationship” with the woman’s attorney.
The letter pointed out some alleged conflicts of interest stemming from Loschiavo being “the investigator, the prosecutor and the judge” in the case and that he did work for an outside firm with ties to the complainant’s attorney.
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