Michigan State University professor of physiology suspended after accusation of return of sexual harassment
Michigan State professor who sexually harassed six women and brags about his SEKS SWING is back to work after just a six-week suspension
- Nine women accuse Robert Wiseman of sexual harassment for 17 years
- His relationships with women at Michigan State University are not clear
- First report against professor of physiology was made in January 2018
- He was suspended from the College of Osteopathic Medicine on April 22 and 4
- Wiseman was described as & # 39; a force player & # 39; and & # 39; master manipulator & # 39;
- Reactions would come from telling women that their clothing buttons are open while staring at their crates, asking if a chair would be wet when they got up
- Wiseman said the complaints were not specific, so he had to deny them
- He responded that the complaint that he would tell someone that she would fit well in a sex swing & # 39; mutual discourse & # 39; was, but she claims he threatened her career as the word spread.
- Wiseman was found responsible in the cases of six prosecutors
- The American Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar worked in the same department
- Former dean William Strampel was found guilty of sexual misconduct and breach of duty on 12 June
Nine women accuse Robert Wiseman of sexual harassment for 17 years. He was found responsible in six cases, but was suspended full-time at work after six weeks
A physiology professor at Michigan State University who was suspended after more than six women accused him of sexual harassment returned unpaid after just six weeks.
Robert Wiseman was first accused in January 2018, but accusations stretch back to 17 years ago from nine women whose relationship with the College of Osteopathic Medicine man has not been revealed by MSU & Freedom of Information Act Office.
In the cases of six of those women, he was found responsible by Kroll Associates, an external firm hired by the college after complaints to the Office of Institutional Equality.
In his own words Wiseman boasted about his collection of sex toys and told the woman that she would fit well into his sex swing. The prosecutor said he often talked about how he & # 39; could satisfy women & # 39 ;.
A prosecutor said he asked if her chair would be wet when she got up.
However, Wiseman is already working fully on MSU, where he has been teaching since May 2001. School spokeswoman Emily Guerrant confirmed the Lansing State Journal, his absence was from 22 February to 4 April.
A report from MSU & # 39; s Office of Institutional Equity says researchers were determined that Wiseman engaged in a pattern of & # 39; unwanted, persistent, and pervasive & # 39; sexual behavior that created a hostile environment.
His relationships with women at Michigan State University are not clear, but the first report against the professor of physiology was made in January 2018 and he was suspended without payment from the College of Osteopathic Medicine (photo) from February 22 to April 4
Two women claimed he had said in 2002 that their clothing buttons were open while staring directly at their crates. A woman from the incident said she felt helpless and very uncomfortable every day & # 39; and Wiseman often rejected his behavior by saying: & # 39; It's a man's world & # 39 ;.
Another woman said that he had also talked about his sex swing. Wiseman claimed that the & # 39; mutual discourse & # 39; and not that the dialogue was forced upon by one of the accusers.
The woman claimed that after she informed others, he threatened her that her reputation would not be good if the word spread further.
& # 39; He gave me a lesson. I was (redacted) and he closed the door, stood over me and taught me, & she said. & # 39; He told me how I can only & # 39; would look bad & # 39; He made me feel threatened, as if I was in trouble. He even said that if I looked bad, I wouldn't go anywhere. & # 39;
A second woman who spoke about the sex swinging story from 2004 said: “I have no doubt that he will try to undermine my ability to do what I do. He is disgusting and manipulative. I consider him dangerous, bullish and a threat. He uses his status to do what he does. & # 39;
Women claimed that he would interrupt conversations to make inappropriate jokes with sexual connotations.
Two women said he watched for rude reasons why their knees ached after sports.
Former Michigan State University dean William Strampel, 71, (left) was found guilty of misconduct during his office and neglect by ignoring a complaint about sexual misconduct against pedophilia doctor Larry Nassar (right) in 2014 and failed to limit the patient's limitations for him to maintain
The prosecutors said he would do their best to make them feel uncomfortable.
The report states that Wiseman denied that it was inappropriate. The newspaper says he has not responded to a request for comment.
A woman said she never made a complaint at the time of the offensive incident because it felt like women were just dealing with it & # 39 ;.
The claims about sexual harassment are among the newest from Michigan State.
Former sports physician for the American Gymnastics Team, Larry Nassar, is in jail after hundreds of girls and women said he was harassing them.
In 2017, Nassar was sentenced to 60 years in prison after being found guilty of federal child pornography charges, some not even more than six years old.
In January 2018, after more than 150 girls came forward, Nassar was sentenced to another 40 to 125 years behind bars.
On June 12, the former dean of the university, William Strampel, was found guilty of sexual misconduct and breach of duty. According to jury members, he had & # 39; complete indifference & # 39; as to whether Nassar followed the protocol.
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