Vaughn, a former University of Michigan running back and survivor of sexual abuse by the late UM athletic doctor Robert Anderson, compares climbing the world’s tallest mountain to his attempts to hold his university accountable for the abuse.
Read more: HBO’s ‘Real Sports’ airing segment on late University of Michigan doctor’s sex abuseThe lawsuit, filed in June 2020, entered into what UM spokespeople label “court-guided mediation” in October 2020.
“He (told me he’s) never seen one this big that isn’t cancer,” Vaughn said.
Other athletes feel the same way.”Read more: Alleged sexual abuse by former University of Michigan doctor traumatized former football player.
This is just a hiccup along the road.”Read more from The Ann Arbor News:Retaliation against individuals reporting misconduct banned at University of MichiganSurvivor of late University of Michigan doctor’s sex abuse running for regent‘All you’re doing is avoiding, avoiding, avoiding’: Survivor of late doctor’s abuse sitting outside University of Michigan president’s houseUniversity of Michigan to overhaul how it handles sexual misconduct casesUpdates to sexual misconduct policy align University of Michigan with new Title IX guidance