Ex-BU official claims retaliation for reinstating player’s scholarship
January 26, 2017
Lynn Wheeler Kinyon, a former assistant vice president for student financial aid at Baylor, who claims she was fired in retaliation for reinstating the scholarship of a junior college transfer who was kicked off the school’s football team the height of the sexual assault scandal has filed a lawsuit.
Jeremy Faulk is not named as the former player in the lawsuit, but KWTX has learned through a months-long investigation of his case that he is the student whose scholarship Kinyon reinstated.
Kinyon was fired in November, four months after leading a committee that decided to overrule Baylor’s decision in June 2016 to strip Faulk of his scholarship.
“Baylor University contends that this claim is without merit, and we will vigorously contest these inaccurate allegations. We look forward to prevailing in a court of law,” Baylor spokesman Jason Cook said Thursday.