EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) Three former Michigan State University men's basketball players have been cleared of wrongdoing in connection with allegations that they sexually assaulted a female student in 2015, according to the school.
A report from a school-launched Title IX investigation did not find violations of university policy, spokeswoman Emily Guerrant told the Lansing State Journal for a story Saturday. The report was issued Wednesday.
ESPN , which first reported on the findings, said it obtained a copy of the 39-page report. School investigators questioned the accuser's credibility because she possibly misidentified one of the players she said took part in the alleged assault, ESPN reported. The other two players told investigators the sex was consensual.