A college volleyball player has accused her coach of unfairly kicking her off the team due to her "seductive" social media posts, even as thinner and lighter-skinned athletes were allowed to share bikini snaps. Shalom Ifeanyi, 19, has filed a lawsuit against the University of Cincinnati in Ohio, coach Molly Alvey, and executive senior associate athletic director Maggie McKinley. She says Alvey began "harassing and shaming" her about her personal social media accounts "almost immediately" after recruiting her "heavily" and prompting her to transfer from her original chosen college, Oregon State University, to attend the University of Cincinnati instead as a student-athlete, according to the Daily Mail.
Ifeanyi said Alvey harassed her about the pictures posted to her social media accounts, according to the lawsuit, and asked her to remove them. She was later dismissed from the team in summer The university has no comment on pending legal matters, according to UC Athletics spokesman Ryan Koslen.
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District Court Tuesday. The lawsuit names former coach Molly Alvey as well as executive senior associate athletic director Maggie McKinley and the University of Cincinnati as defendants. Ifeanyi, who is black, cites racial discrimination and sexual discrimination and harassment as motives behind her dismissal from the team in late June
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Courthouse News Service was the first to obtain the court documents and break the news. According to court documents, Ifeanyi says that Alvey aggressively recruited her throughout high school and college, persuading her to transfer from Oregon State to the University of Cincinnati. Ifeanyi says she deleted the photo, but screenshots of text exchanges between Coach Alvey and Ifeanyi included in the lawsuit show that the coach continued requesting that Ifeanyi take down photos, including one of her in a black tank top that shows her from the chest up.