OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation is now the lead agency in the investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct by former University of Oklahoma President David Boren and former Vice President of University Development Tripp Hall, KFOR.com reports.
The two men were the target of allegations published in a story this week by the independent journalism website NonDoc. An OU graduate made claims about unwanted contact from Boren over a two-year period while he was a student aide.
The story also includes allegations from a second OU graduate who claims Hall touched him inappropriately.
Both Boren and Hall deny any wrongdoing.
OU also is conducting an internal investigation.
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