In a twist of events — it has been revealed that DeMarcus Crews’ sexual harassment of Morehouse students may go back significantly further than originally thought. On Twitter this morning, a former Morehouse Student by the name of John Thomas came forth with his own allegations against Crews, allegations that add further criminal elements to the already shocking sex scandal.
Thomas, who now appears to live in Cleveland, attended the school back in 2014 (at least 4.5 years before the current allegations). As a student, per his own tweets, Thomas was the subject of unwanted sexual harassment by Crews back at that time along with Michael Sutherland.
Thomas alleged in multiple tweets that the harassment escalated after the sexual advancements were declined. “They banned/expelled me from Morehouse in an attempt to cover it up. I was 19 and they made me homeless because of it” wrote Thomas on Twitter.
It appears that after the harassment began; Thomas declined any sexual advances that were made towards him. However, it also appears and according to the student that DeMarcus Crews initiated sanctions and action against him out of spite.
This brings the total number of students who have accused Crews of sexual harassment/assault to 6. Morehouse confirmed in a statement last night that they’ve expanded their investigation, however, did not elaborate about who or what is additionally being caught up in the sexual harassment scandal.