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Get all the sports news you need, direct to your inbox. By subscribing, you are agreeing to Yahoo's Terms and Privacy Policy. The University of Kentucky cheerleading team has fired its entire coaching staff after an investigation uncovered incidents of hazing, public nudity and excessive alcohol use among cheerleaders. The university announced the news on Monday in a detailed release. Lynn Williamson, who resigned after the investigation started following four decades with the team.

Kentucky cheerleading coaches fired after hazing, nudity probe

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By Mollie Walker. University lawyer T. Lynn Wlliamson — who served for four decades as an administrative advisor to the cheerleading team, according to Kentucky. Students reportedly brought alcohol to the retreat and coaches neglected to confiscate it, while also allowing team alumni to bring boats and alcohol to the same retreat.

University of Kentucky fires cheerleading coaches after hazing and nudity investigation

A scandal has ensnared the University of Kentucky cheerleading squad after an internal probe revealed hazing, boozing and public nudity during a team-building getaway. The probe alleged that the coaches failed to provide oversight during off-campus events, the Lexington Herald-Leader reports. This website uses cookies to personalize your content including ads , and allows us to analyze our traffic.
By Associated Press. Officials from the University of Kentucky announced the firing of its cheerleading coaches after an internal investigation determined they failed to oversee off-campus events that included hazing, alcohol use and public nudity by the championship squad. The school announced Monday that head coach Jomo Thompson and his assistants Ben Head, Spencer Clan and Kelsey LaCroix were fired from the program, which has won 24 national titles in the past 35 years. The three-month investigation also found 'lax oversight and poor judgment' by longtime primary adviser T. Lynn Williamson, Kentucky's principal deputy general counsel.