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Southern Methodist University Legacy Fratboy Admits To Forcing Male Student To Have Sex

John Mahaffey, (pictured left) a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon and direct descendent of one of Southern Methodist University’s founders admitted has admitted that he forced a male student to perform oral sex on him and then tried to cover it up.

Mahaffey a scholarship committee chair,  Hunt scholar, a student senator and  an officer on SMU’s inter-fraternity council attacked the unnamed student twice, once in a parking garage and again near the  Sigma Phi Epsilon house and concedes he knew the victim didn’t want to engage in sex but was made to say it  was consensual “or lawyers, parents, and the school will be involved,” according  to a conversation recorded by police.

Southern Methodist University for many years has ranked within the top 15 most homophobic listed in the The  Princeton Review’s list of most homophobic campuses 

Mahaffey, wait for it… was president of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes!   The same FCA that testifies that their FCA  coaches and athletes can deliver jocks from homosexuality.


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