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Brett McMurphy Report Alleges Zach Smith Had Sex With Ohio State Staffer In Coaches’ Office, Took Nude Photos At White House

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Former ESPN college football writer Brett McMurphy, the man who has broken numerous stories related to the allegations of domestic violence against former Ohio State wide receivers coach Zach Smith, issued a new report on Friday night. It features some pretty wild allegations.

McMurphy, via Stadium, his new employer, alleges that while Smith was at Ohio State, he ordered over $2,200 worth of sex toys to Ohio State's football office.

McMurphy also reports that Courtney Smith, Zach Smith's ex-wife, alleges that Smith took "multiple" photos of his private parts in Ohio State's coaches' offices and inside the White House while the Buckeyes were celebrating the 2014 national title.

She also contends that Smith "photographed himself" having sex with an Ohio State staffer. Via Stadium:

Courtney Smith said Zach Smith took multiple photos of his penis inside the Ohio State coaches’ offices, inside the White House when the Buckeyes visited in 2015 and also photographed himself in the coaches’ offices receiving oral sex and having sex with a OSU staffer.

McMurphy's report also includes what he claims is a set of text messages he exchanged with Smith's lawyer Brad Koffel. Koffel accuses McMurphy of extortion in them.

The report also includes supposed screenshots of the items Smith ordered and had delivered to Ohio State.

While McMurphy's report includes a number of disturbing allegations, it doesn't seem to have any information regarding whether Smith abused his ex-wife. It also doesn't have any information regarding whether Meyer knew any of this was going on. From that perspective, it doesn't really provide any answers regarding the two biggest questions in the whole Ohio State fiasco.

That said, this likely won't help Smith's cause from a character standpoint - assuming it's true. Earlier on Friday afternoon, Ohio State announced that it would be wrapping up its investigation into Meyer's handling of the Smith allegations on Sunday.