Minnesota Basketball Players Suspended After One Allegedly Posts Threesome Sex Video on Social Media

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Minnesota Basketball Players Suspended After One Allegedly Posts Threesome Sex Video on Social Media

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Minnesota Basketball Players Suspended After One Allegedly Posts Threesome Sex Video on Social Media

Last night, the Minnesota Golden Gophers suspended three players for their game at Illinois, shortly after 6 pm.

However, Minnesota message boards were already abuzz with something that happened involving one of those players, Kevin Dorsey, more than 24 hours earlier, starting Friday night. (h/t: Deadspin). The original poster to that board said:

Apparently Dorsey posted a couple of videos to his twitter account, then deleted his entire account shortly after. I was too late to view the content of the videos, but someone did and forwarded them to Doogie.

Doogie in this case is Minneapolis area sports reporter Darren Wolfson.

What was on the tape? It was deleted off social media shortly after Wolfson saw it, but one commenter, die hard Gopher, provides his account of the video:

I saw both of the videos. I apologize for being graphic but here it what I saw. In the two videos, two guys were double teaming a girl from the front and behind. In the second video, there was a different girl and Dorsey was taking the front while the other guy was doing her from behind. You could clearly see his face although he is the only one that I could see. Both videos were extremely graphic.

Head coach Richard Pitino did not go into details but provided this statement about the suspensions:

With the privilege of being a member of the University of Minnesota basketball program there are expectations and standards to which we hold our student-athletes accountable, and they have failed to do so.

Obviously, culture and doing what’s right is extremely important to myself, our staff and our players. I wake up every day, and I’m extremely grateful for the opportunity that I have to coach in an awesome basketball conference and to coach in a place where I consider my dream job. We’re going to do things the right way. Tonight wasn’t about wins and losses, it was about making sure our guys understand that this thing is bigger than just basketball. And we’re going to do what we believe is right. Unfortunately you may lose the battle, but you’re going to win the war. Today was unfortunately not as much about wins and losses but about the culture of our program. That’s something we work at every single day. And it’s extremely important to what we’re all about.”


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