A university statement to the newspaper said the school has been in conversation with the plaintiff's attorney for "many months" attempting to reach a resolution. In fact, it's the seventh and together, they involve 15 different women. "Baylor remains committed to eliminating all forms of sexual and gender-based harassment and discrimination within our campus community", the school told the AP.
After she dropped out and returned to Waco to visit a friend, she spoke to the Baylor Football Chaplain about what happened to her.
Following the incident, the plaintiff reportedly had to endure classes with some of the players who allegedly raped her. She recalled the players shouting, "Grab her phone!"
"It was there that at least four Baylor football players brutally gang raped Plaintiff".
The former volleyball player claims the alleged rape took place on February 11, 2012 after she had become intoxicated at the party, and possibly drugged by a football player.
After the alleged gang-rape, the victim says she remembers one of the football players yelling "grab her phone!" Two of those involved 10 or more players, and some of them were recorded.
Doe told her mother about the alleged assault at the end of the spring 2012 semester. That same football player also taunted her, claiming that nude photographs of her was taken that night.
An outside investigation conducted by Philadelphia law firm Pepper Hamilton concluded that there were "institutional failures at every level" at Baylor in addressing sexual violence on campus. "Not surprisingly, plaintiff's mother never heard from the assistant football coach again".
After the plaintiff, a Baylor volleyball player, and her parents told the head volleyball coach about the incident, her coach was said to have provided Briles with details of the incident and a list of the accused. "Why was she around those guys?"
Doe reported the burglary directly to Briles a week later; no apparent action was taken against the players, per the lawsuit. The student said, on the day before, she repeatedly declined the football player's requests to "hook up" with him.
This is where the school gets into deeper trouble.
The suit seeks unspecified damages at a jury trial and a mandatory injunction requiring Baylor to comply with Title IX.
It adds that in 2013 her apartment was burgled by football players, who stole money and a necklace and threw belongings over the room. It's unclear whether more lawsuits will follow, but based on the claim in one that at least 52 rapes by at least 31 players occurred from 2011 through 2014, it seems likely.
When Jane Doe went on a mission trip to Africa in May of 2013, the abuse continued.
During a visit to campus later that fall, she reported the gang rape to the football chaplain-he did not report the incident to Judicial Affairs.
The suit alleges that players viewed the gang rapes as a "bonding experience" and that some of the assaults were captured on photo and video.
The former student "was forced to face her assailants around campus, in the classroom and even during volleyball practice and training sessions, as the Baylor football team and women's volleyball team shared training facilities", the suit said.