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Villanova University Student Accused of Sexually Assaulting 4 Female Students on Campus – NBC10 Philadelphia

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What to Know

  • Four feminine Villanova University college students reported that they had been sexually assaulted by a male scholar in Villanova University residence halls.
  • A spokesperson for the varsity mentioned they instantly launched an investigation and the male scholar is now not on campus. 
  • In a separate report, a feminine scholar, who didn’t determine herself, was sexually assaulted by a person who she is aware of. The college has not but confirmed whether or not that man is a Villanova scholar.

An investigation is underway after a Villanova University scholar was accused of sexually assaulting 4 feminine college students on campus.

On Monday the 4 girls reported that they had been sexually assaulted by a male scholar in Villanova University residence halls. A spokesperson for the varsity mentioned they instantly launched an investigation and the male scholar is now not on campus. 



In a separate report, on Feb. 28, the Bryn Mawr Hospital Emergency Department notified Villanova’s Public Safety {that a} feminine scholar, who didn’t determine herself, was sexually assaulted by a person who she is aware of. 

The college mentioned they haven’t but acquired that man’s identification nevertheless and it’s unknown whether or not or not that man is a scholar. That incident occurred on campus between Feb. 26 and Feb. 28, in accordance with Villanova. 

A security alert on the reported incidents was despatched to college students. The alert included numbers for students to call to report a sexual assault or sexual misconduct (610-519-5800 for Public Safety and 610-519-8805 for Title IX Coordinator Ms. Ryan Rost) as well as the University’s sexual assault resource website.

Villanova University is a personal Catholic analysis college in Villanova, Pennsylvania, and the oldest Catholic college within the state 

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