Paige Cornelius, a former student of the University of California, has released a statement of sexual assault accusing the Cal football coaching staff of the Golden Bears’ members on 20th March 2019.
The news of allegation came to known when she decided to go on public about her story to reach Justin Wilcox, athletic director Jim Knowlton, and other members but they remain silent. The school said:
“We are aware of the very disturbing public allegations made on social media.”
“Allegations of sexual violence and sexual harassment by campus employees are confidential unless officials determine policy is violated, and disciplinary action has been decided.”
CAL released another statement via The San Francisco Chronicle, which reads:
“These allegations go against the very core of our values. Cal Athletics is and will always be committed to fostering a culture where everyone feels safe, welcome and respected.”
Cornelius, who worked at the Sports medicine intern, said that one of the staff members harassed her to have physical contact. Another staff also stalked her and asked her to go to the pool with him and said she would “look amazing in a bikini.”
Because of such incidents, Cornelius had to seek intensive therapy and psychiatry for traumatic stress syndrome and anxiety.
Here is more about Paige Cornelius biography:
Paige Cornelius Wiki – Bio: Age, Parents, Education, Height
Cornelius was born in the city of Los Angeles, United States. She hasn’t shared her age and parents’ information yet. But she has a sister named Grace Cornelius who can be seen on her Instagram account. Her Instagram bio reads, “queen of bama.”
According to her LinkedIn profile, she is a junior pursuing a double majoring in Chinese and Economics with a minor in an environmental Econ and Policy at Cal. Currently, she is looking for opportunities for all the business internship, including – operations, sourcing/procurement, and finances.
She loves adventures and often travels with her friends. Besides, she is a dog lover. She would like to transfer to the University of Alabama for the rest of her college career. She has a decent height of 5 feet 7 inches.