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In April 2012, a woman told Waco police that when she tried to break up with her boyfriend, Baylor cornerback Tyler Stephenson, he twice lured her to his apartment and then, according to the report, violently restrained her, refusing to let her leave or let her use her phone.
"He then pushed me on the couch and wrestled me for my phone so that I couldn't call for help," she told police.
()WACO, Texas -- As Baylor University's board of regents reviews a law firm's findings about the school's response to sexual violence allegations -- many involving its football players -- Outside the Lines has obtained documents that detail largely unknown allegations of sexual assault, domestic violence and other acts of violence involving several Baylor football players.
According to the police documents, at least some Baylor officials, including coaches, knew about many of the incidents, and most players did not miss playing time for disciplinary reasons.
The woman told Outside the Lines that neither Briles nor the university disciplined her ex-boyfriend.
The woman told Outside the Lines she didn't press criminal charges against him because she was about to graduate and didn't think the school would punish him. I think as long as they're catching footballs and scoring touchdowns, the school won't do anything."Despite being a private school, Baylor is required by the federal Title IX statute to investigate allegations of sexual violence thoroughly and to provide security, counseling services and academic help to those who report assaults.
Once outside, she said she tried again to call 911, but "he charged me and picked me up and threw me against the [exterior] apartment wall.
I hit my head and immediately felt dizzy," and she screamed for help.
Police spoke to a witness who saw the two fighting outside and confirmed the woman's account.
None of the incidents has been widely reported in the media.
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, citing sources, reported Thursday that the university's board of regents is considering the fate of head coach Art Briles, and firing him is one of its options.
Outside the Lines discovered the cases by requesting a database of all sexual assault and assault cases over a six-year period from Waco police and matching names found in them to Baylor rosters from 2011 through 2015.
A similar request was submitted to Baylor police, but that request has not been fulfilled.