Sport Report: Georgia Tech's Pastner files lawsuit over NCAA allegations

06:51  13 january  2018
06:51  13 january  2018 Source:   Sports Illustrated

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Georgia Tech coach Josh Pastner has filed a defamation lawsuit and restraining order against an Arizona man and woman over NCAA allegations , reports The Athletic . The suit , filed against Ron Bell and his girlfriend Jennifer Pendley

Pastner filed a civil lawsuit in Arizona against Bell, who in November admitted that he had provided extra benefits to two Georgia Tech players. 6, 2017 phone call with NCAA investigators that Pastner had sexually assaulted Pendley, who is Bell’ s girlfriend. That allegation is “fabricated and false

Josh Pastner wearing a suit and tie © Dylan Buell/Getty Images Georgia Tech coach Josh Pastner has filed a defamation lawsuit and restraining order against an Arizona man and woman over NCAA allegations, reports The Athletic.

The suit, filed against Ron Bell and his girlfriend Jennifer Pendley, claims the two attempted to defame Pastner and extort and blackmail him with false information that would damage Pastner's reputation and cause him to lose his job.

Georgia Tech suspended starting basketball players Tadric Jackson and Josh Okogie in November after learning they accepted benefits in violation of NCAA rules. The two received apparel, meals and transportation from the same person whose identity at the time was not reveled. Jackson and Okogie have since been reinstated.

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The report Georgia Tech filed with the NCAA claims that Pastner had no knowledge of the trip until Oct. 2, and that he immediately self- reported the violations when he became aware of them. Bell, however, claims that he and Pastner had a falling out on Oct.

Bell claims Pastner knew of the payments, but Pastner has denied acknowledgment. Bell also claims Pastner allegedly assaulted Pendley, but Pastner said he didn't learn of this claim until a phone call with the NCAA.

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