In a letter to the university, Evans claims that he did so not as a sexual advance but "simply because I was reading the paper when walking by her office and thought she might find it interesting." The UCC investigating committee sympathized but still found Evans at fault, noting in an 11 February letter to the university's president, Michael Murphy: The question for us is whether Dr.Evans' action can reasonably be regarded as sexually offensive, humiliating or intimidating to [name redacted].This obviously is causing major financial issues and I am in debt.I just about manage to survive but its a struggle keeping my head above the water.
We therefore find that the complaint on this action is upheld though it was not Dr. In response, Murphy sanctioned Evans on 23 March, concluding that "behaviour of this type is utterly unacceptable." (Evans has provided copies of this and other documents related to the case on this Web site).
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