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{STREETZMORNINGTAKEOVER} EMPLOYEE IN THE MIDDLE OF SORORITY SEX SCANDAL RESIGNS!

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WHAT DOES FORT VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY HAVE GOING ON?? CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS!

A Fort Valley State University employee at the center of sexual misconduct and GBI criminal investigations has resigned from her position.

Johnson, the University president’s former executive assistant, worked for the state institution since 2004, receiving consistent, stellar reviews. Johnson submitted a resignation letter on April 18, the same day the national office for Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., revealed its own probe into sexual misconduct allegations involving a Fort Valley State University employee who is also a graduate member of the sorority.

Johnson served as the graduate advisor of the University’s Alpha Beta chapter of the sorority, per her own online profiles. The letter, addressed to University President Dr. Paul Jones reads as follows:

“Greetings Dr. Jones, I find it best under the circumstances to render my resignation, effective immediately. Please have my personal belongings packed and mailed to the address listed or I can have someone pick them up next week.”

Jones replied to the hand-delivered notice and accepted Johnson’s resignation the same day. He confirmed her belongings would be packed and mailed to her. Johnson has not been identified by authorities.

Earlier this month, Johnson was referred to as an employee on administrative leave amid the investigation, per statements issued by the university and the sorority.

There are now three active investigations on the Fort Valley campus. The only entity to confirm the allegations are tied to sexual misconduct is the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.

The GBI has not released many details regarding their criminal investigation. Early on it confirmed multiple agents were added to the case, as dozens of interviews and several search warrants for belongings, including laptops, were executed on campus earlier this month.

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