November 21st, 2019 | by CollegeAD

Former Beta Theta Pi advisor, Penn State director of athletic training Services, and head Penn State football trainer Tim Bream filed a lawsuit Monday that accused the university of creating a work environment that caused him to resign. The complaint lists the university, athletic director Sandy Barbour, and senior associate athletic director Charmelle Green as defendants. It alleges that the university, Barbour, and Green created a work environment that led Bream to resign to “advance the ulterior motive to distance the university from the appearance that the adverse employment action carried out against the plaintiff was undertaken as a result of the plaintiff’s association with his duties as an in-house adviser on behalf of the Beta Theta Pi Alpha Upsilon fraternity house.” -Jim Davidson, Onward State. Read More.

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