Former Student Settles With School District After Alleging Coaches Forced Her to Admit She Was Gay

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"The only reason this case settled is the insurance carrier did not want to spend another five years and spend hundreds of thousands of dollars for this case to go back to the Fifth Circuit," said Robert Davis, who defended KISD and coaches Rhonda Fletcher and Cassandra Newell.

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    I almost don‘t want to believe the girl but at the same time this happened in Texas so I‘m sure she was telling the truth...

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