The three suspended Michigan State football players who are being investigated for an alleged sexual assault have violated a university policy, a Title IX investigation found. The Detroit Free Press first reported the story.
The unnamed players have been suspended since February, and their identities have not been released. Lansing attorney Karen Truskowski told the Free Press that the players remain Michigan State students and have not been expelled “because it has not gotten to that stage yet.”
Neither the school nor football program had any specific comments about the investigation.
The Spartans football team had a turbulent offseason with this investigation hanging over the program for more than three months. The team also dismissed defensive lineman Auston Robertson after he was accused of sexual assault in a different incident.