SCRANTON, Pa. (AP) — A former student is telling jurors he wishes he never met the high-ranking state university administrator he says groped him and gave him unwelcomed gifts.
The 26-year-old man is testifying Tuesday at a federal civil-rights trial stemming from a lawsuit he and two other former students filed against Isaac Sanders in 2009.
They say the ex-East Stroudsburg University vice president sexually harassed and assaulted them while they were students.
The 26-year-old man says Sanders grabbed his genitals while driving back to campus, paid for a summer class without being asked and gave him underwear as a gift.
The man says he never wanted any of it.
Sanders, who’s never been charged with a crime, denies wrongdoing.
His attorney questioned the 26-year-old about inconsistencies in his testimony and an earlier deposition.
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