Greenway responded to a personal injury lawsuit that alleges "Jane Roe" was forcibly raped at gunpoint on at least three occasions from October 2014 through April 2015 by a fellow student with an extensive criminal history who also was employed as an SWBTS plumber.
Roe alleges neither Patterson nor SWBTS sought to protect her when she reported her abuse. Instead, the suit claims, Patterson in particular intimidated Roe, disparaged her and told her being raped was "a good thing," "because the right man would not care if she was a virgin or not." Also, the lawsuit claims, SWBTS had no system in place to prevent and address the sexual assault of students.
The lawsuit was unsealed June 6 in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas in Sherman.
Roe's attorney Sheila P. Haddock of San Diego, Calif., told BP the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct constrain all parties ...