Ya’ll are familiar with those psychological thrillers about crazy white women, right? Like Fatal Attraction and Single White Female. These movies show us how often art represents life. Crazy white women have been inflicting irreparable harm to AFRIKAN youth since the beginning of time.
When it comes to exacting immorality, dehumanization, inequality, lies, covering their lies, blackmail, coercion, maintaining, supporting and creating inequitable systems and institutions, preying on and taking advantage of an already disrespected demographic, white females are the “Usual Suspects”.
They are NOT innocent, docile, standers-by. They are THE worse, easily out competing their men for the title of most inhumane. Regardless of the areas of people activity in which we find them; healthcare, education, economics, law, law enforcement, labor, housing, judicial system, entertainment, politics, religion, government, sex and war…they always seem to be doing us, our men and our children, grievous irreparable harm.
The suit also claims the employee arranged multiple sexual encounters with her daughter and other African-American students, including basketball and football players.
Notre Dame is aware of the lawsuit. According to the suit, the employee began providing academic help to the male student this past spring and immediately “initiated, directed and coordinated a sexually and racially motivated inappropriate and demeaning relationship” between the student and her daughter.
The woman questioned him about the “nature, frequency and quality of sexual activities,” he had with her daughter, according to the suit, “demeaning the plaintiff with racially-charged comments about his sexual prowess.”
The woman allegedly provided lodging, transportation, hotel rooms and condoms for the encounters, pressuring the student to continue the relationship and threatening him when he tried to end it. The sexual encounters he was pressured into created a racially hostile environment, causing him to suffer academically and emotionally, according to the suit.
When the student first sought to end the encounters, the suit claims, the woman convinced him he needed mental counseling [!?!?!?!].
The student was counseled by a Notre Dame employee who was a “friend and confidant” of the defendant and who sought to medicate the student to keep him passive, the suit claims[!?!?!?!?].
The stress of the “hostile sexual environment and degradation” was furthered exacerbated by the woman pressuring the student to convert to Catholicism, according to the suit [!?!?!?!?!?].
The student claims he brought the situation to the attention of Notre Dame officials two weeks ago, but the university has “failed to act to remedy the situation,” the suit says.
“The failure to respond and react reflects a double standard by some at the University, as the objectification would not have been tolerated under any other set of circumstances,” said a news release from the student’s attorney.
Notre Dame has fired a female academic coach for violating the school’s “values” and its “discrimination harassment policy” amid claims that she coerced basketball and football players into having sex with her daughter.
The NY Daily News obtained an internal school report that states multiple African-American students lodged complaints against the coach. One student has sued the school and the academic coach on grounds of a forced “sexually and racially motivated” relationship with the tutor’s daughter.
“She was exploiting African-American males,” said lawyer Peter J. Agostino, who is representing the unnamed student. “He was invited to the family’s private home to facilitate the relationship.”
Allegedly, the tutor would ask the student about the “nature, frequency, and quality of the sexual activities” after setting him up with her daughter. She would also make “racially-charged comments about his sexual prowess and genitalia.”
“She was encouraging it,” said the student’s other lawyer, Michael Misch. “The mom sought him out and promoted the relationship by providing hotel rooms and condoms.”
When the student tried to end the relationship, the academic coach allegedly pressured him into converting to Catholicism and also worked with the school’s psychiatric support to “medicate Plaintiff John Doe to keep him passive, cooperative, and under control.”
Notre Dame itself has also been called out by the lawyers for fostering a “sexually abusive and hostile educational environment,” though the a statement to the South Bend Tribune the school has called the claims “unfounded” and has suggested that they are part of a publicity stunt.