Former Nyack College Softball Coach Sued For Sexually Abusing Female Players

Legal-Bay, a Cash Funding Firm, says that a suit alleges that a college softball coach in Rockland County forcibly touched and sexually abused the female players and even had them receive life coaching from a porn star.

Dec 04, 2015, 12:15 ET from Legal-Bay LLC

NANUET, N.Y., Dec. 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Legal-Bay LLC, The Lawsuit Settlement Funding Company, reports today that a former Nyack College softball coach is being sued for forcibly touching and sexually abusing the female players. The former Rockland County coach, Kurt Ludwigsen, was fired and criminally charged in May. He pleaded not guilty and now awaits trial "on almost 200 charges of forcible touching and sexual abuse," according to The NY Daily News. According to news articles, he even required the girls to receive life coaching from a porn star. Other public information available has shown that he was the subject of a "criminal investigation for sexual assault and sexual harassment" during a coaching stint for a different team in California. Filed papers state that the coach did numerous inappropriate things to the female players – including "routinely licking his players' ears, kissing their lips and faces, slapping their buttocks, grabbing their breasts, directing them to sit on his lap, lying on top of them," offering to "assist players to attain employment in the adult entertainment industry," and inviting porn star "Allie Haze to practice and directing students to life counseling sessions with her," according to the article in The NY Daily News. The lawsuit names the former coach, Ludwigsen, the school, and various officials who they claim knew what was happening yet did nothing to stop it.

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