A troubling story involving two suspended Nebraska players being accused of sexual assault received an ugly new wrinkle today.
According to the Omaha World-Herald, Andre Hunt and Katerian LeGrone – who have since entered the NCAA transfer portal – have been linked to a combined six additional allegations of sexual misconduct.
But The World-Herald made a public records request for reports involving Andre Hunt or Katerian LeGrone.
In response, Lincoln police provided five reports of nonconsensual sexual penetration and two reports of inappropriate touching of private parts.
Included in those reports was an Aug. 25 sexual assault that allegedly occurred at the players’ off-campus apartment. Hunt, 20, and LeGrone, 19, were arrested Tuesday evening in connection with that assault. They have not yet been charged.
Hunt and LeGrone are listed on the public police report of that incident because it is marked “cleared” and arrests have been made in the case, Lincoln police said.
The two Nebraska players received a 2.5-year suspension for an alleged incident that took place before the 2019 season.
Earlier this week, LeGrone was arrested on “suspicion of first-degree sexual assault.” Hunt was similarly arrested on “suspicion of aiding and abetting first-degree sexual assault.”
We’ll keep you updated as the story continues to unfold.