AG: University of Louisville violated open records law

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The Kentucky attorney general's office has determined the University of Louisville violated state open records law by not providing records related to a ban on postseason play for the men's basketball team.

Dr. Peter Hasselbacher requested the documents in February, a few days after then-university president James Ramsey announced the one-year ban. Ramsey said an investigation revealed violations occurred when the school reviewed allegations by an escort that a former Louisville staffer paid her and other dancers to strip and have sex with recruits and players.

The Courier-Journal said Hasselbacher is a UofL medical school professor emeritus and blogger who writes about the university at the Kentucky Health Policy Institute.

An NCAA investigation is ongoing.


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