Twelve football players including a former NFL player have accused

Twelve football players, including a former NFL player, have accused a fitness trainer of sexual assault

Former NFL player Shareece Wright and 11 of his former high school teammates have accused a fitness trainer of sexual assault.

The one who wore the colors of the San Diego Chargers, Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills and Houston Texans addressed the topic in an interview with the ESPN network.

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He said fitness instructor Tiffany Strauss-Gordon performed numerous sexual acts on him at the Colton High School football team's facility. The woman is the daughter of head coach Harold Strauss, who was in charge of the team at the time of the alleged incidents.

Wright said he met the woman in 2002 when he was 15 and she was 21.

Over the next three years, Strauss-Gordon allegedly touched him inappropriately and performed oral sex on him during treatment. The footballer also claims he had sex with the woman at his head coach's house.

The man, who played 91 games in the NFL, also claimed that Strauss-Gordon's actions in the team's locker room were no secret and that the lady's favors were commonly referred to as the “Tiffany treatment.”

In 2022, twelve former Colton High School players filed a lawsuit against her and her employer. She was placed on administrative leave until the San Bernardino County District Attorney decided not to file charges due to insufficient evidence. Allegations also surfaced in 2011, but the woman remained in office after an internal investigation.

Wright concluded by saying he wanted to help young people avoid experiencing what he experienced when he spoke about this affair.