They were not “accepted” into the team unless they took part, according to the letter.
Investigators were able to get a picture of the person who sent the letter and signed it “a concerned parent.” The cheerleaders did not engage in sexual favors, according to the investigation.
On March 13, CCU officials including President David De Cenzo, university counsel Timothy Meacham and cheer coaches Marla Sage and Kelly Moore, met to discuss a letter mailed anonymously to De Cenzo’s office that sparked the investigation.
The letter alleged the cheerleaders were engaged in prostitution, stripping, drinking and forcing younger cheerleaders to partake in underage drinking.
Escorts are not welcome.” Still, it’s hard to ignore that it has been described as “Uber for escorts.” While it may seem like a gateway towards becoming a sugar baby, it seems similar to what people’s outside views of apps like Tinder are.
People who grow tired of making endless app conversation and engaging in idle chit-chat over cocktails can turn to 3nder or Ohlala to get down to business.
“On a final note we will be reaching out to their legal counsel to offer to foot the bill for this case.” Five of the cheerleaders are being represented by Amy S. Lawrence released a lengthy statement Thursday night saying she’s “disgusted and angered” that the university released the report.
Lawrence said Thursday her clients gave full statements to an investigator, and it was confirmed “that the ‘prostitution’ allegations involved five women, one of which was not a student, nor a cheerleader, that was participating in a dating website where men paid them for just that, dating.” No one has been charged, no arrests have been made, Lawrence said. And a lot of really wonderful, kind, smart women have been smeared in the public eye yet again, at the hand of the University they love and their parents entrusted their wellbeing.” Lawrence said CCU made another “knee jerk reaction” and said the website the girls were using is completely legal.
Charlie Stelle, have been researching the landscape and found that people over 60 represent the most rapidly growing demographic in online dating.
“Seeking does not allow and specifically prohibits any kind of pay-per-meet or transactional type relationship,” Welp said in an email.
“Our intention for Seeking is to provide a dating platform for like-minded individuals who are interested in mutually beneficial relationships to connect and find meaningful arrangements.
Four of the 26 members of the cheerleading team participated in the site, she said.
Ohlala calls itself “the dating app designed to empower female users”–but others call it an escort service.