University of Colorado Sex Scandal

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The University of Colorado says calls were placed to an escort service and a singles chat line from a school cell phone once assigned to Nathan Maxcey, a football recruiting assistant between June 2002 and July 2003.

University spokeswoman Pauline Hale says there's no evidence
suggesting the calls were made for athletes, but she adds, the
investigation is ongoing.

The university was plunged into scandal two weeks ago when
Boulder County District Attorney Mary Keenan accused the state's
flagship school of using alcohol-fueled sex parties to land top
football recruits.