Former Baylor head football coach Art Briles is attacking his former university following multiple Title IX lawsuits being filed against the school and himself.
According to the Austin American-Statesman, in a motion filed Thursday, Briles said Baylor used him as the scapegoat in the school’s ongoing sexual assault scandal.
In the motion, obtained by the Statesman, Briles said the attorney Baylor assigned to represent him “used information he provided them as part of the Board of Regents case to fire him.”
Briles went on to say he does not want to settle with Jasmin Hernandez, a former BU student who is suing the school and Briles after she was raped by former Baylor football player, Tevin Elliott. Elliott was convicted on two counts of sexual assault in January 2014.