The only person indicted by the grand jury into the probe of CU's recruiting scandal says he's not guilty.
Former athletic department employee, Nathan Maxcey, entered the plea Friday and will, now, stand trial in August.
Maxcey was indicted on charges of theft, embezzlement of public property, and solicitation of prostitution by the state grand jury last August.
He was implicated for arranging sexual encounters for recruits with an escort-service but claims he used them for himself.
He is also charged in racking up over $500 in overusage charges on a school-issued cellphone during 43 calls to a dating chat line.
Maxcey's lawyer says his client is a scapegoat.
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