The University of Florida released its investigative report today into a fired Title IX official, Chris Loschiavo, who was last known for being removed from the Antonio Callaway student-conduct case and replaced by a lawyer and football booster (who found him not responsible for sexual assault). The investigative report said that Loschiavo had “both a conflict of interest and a lack of independence” in a certain Title IX case—but did not say which one. The problems brought up in the document, though, mirror those brought up by the wide receiver’s lawyers, as reported by the Tampa Bay Times: Loschiavo had a conflict of interest because of his outside consulting work and he held an inappropriate role in the case.

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