Her main contact was Mc Gee."She has hundreds of text exchanges with him to set up her services, as well as pictures of her girls with players and recruits," the release says.
reported more than ,000 was exchanged between Powell and Louisville.
In it, Powell, an escort, says she kept five journals logging her "escort escapades, sexual encounters, murdered relatives and activities at the University of Louisville," the release says.
Most of the Louisville services she provided took place in the men's dormitory where basketball players reside (Minardi Hall), according to Powell.
"We haven't seen anything yet to corroborate the things that will be published in this book," Cox said.
Jurich said he found out about the case through an Indiana University associate AD, who approached him after finding out a top booster for IU was looking for information about a picture.
To preserve the integrity of the review process, the university will withhold comment on any details until the review is concluded."Louisville-based attorney Scott Cox is counseling Mc Gee, according to University of Louisville athletics spokesman Kenny Klein.
Mc Gee, who has told his lawyers he is not guilty, was placed on administrative leave by UMKC late Friday.
LOUISVILLE — The University of Louisville is looking into salacious allegations in a new book that say a former Cardinals men's basketball staffer paid escorts thousands of dollars to have sexual relations with both players and recruits during his time at the university.
The book in question was released Friday night by Indianapolis-based IBJ Book Publishing LLC.
The statement also said the school learned of the book and its allegations in late August and immediately launched its investigation with Smrt and notified the NCAA enforcement staff.