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McKeever admitted to Albuquerque Public Schools investigators that he hired the Sexy want sex tonight Richland and left them alone with the players. He said that it was a one-time lapse in judgment and that the players pressured him to do it.
According to an Albuquerque la girls sex police report released to the Journal in response to an Inspection of Public Records Act request, the nationally acclaimed coach and the players, who have since graduated, were in Denver over the summer of for a showcase event for top baseball prospects. McKeever told APS police the players wanted him to take them to a strip club.
He said he refused time and again but relented once the trio had checked into a hotel room after attending a Colorado Rockies game. McKeever told investigators he thumbed through the local phone book before calling to inquire about dancers.
According to the documents, one of the players said they remained dressed but the dancers stripped while dancing to music. They said there was no sexual contact.
However, word eventually leaked out after the relationship between one of the players and the Albuquerque la girls sex soured over the next year.
Both the players were 17 years old at the time. One player Albuquetque a statement while the other declined to talk directly to investigators. His parents were interviewed.
At one point during his interview, McKeever addresses an earlier statement Albuquerque la girls sex which he acknowledged to La Cueva principal Jo Ann Coffee that one mistake might have ruined his career. McKeever said that, after the dancers left, he asked the boys what happened. He said he had told Coffee he made a mistake and that his life was ssx and coaching.
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