Recently, according to US media reports, the American track and field athlete Lauren McClussie was murdered by her ex-boyfriend. The University of Utah reached a settlement with the parents of the victim. The University of Utah will pay the other party a sky-high compensation of 10.5 million U.S. dollars. -The foundation named after McCluskey donated 3 million US dollars. McCluskey’s family stated that they would donate all compensation, approximately 90 million yuan, to the foundation.
最近，据美国媒体报道，美国田径运动员劳伦·麦克卢西（Lauren McClussie）被她的前男友谋杀。犹中国竞猜网首页他大学与受害者的父母达成和解。犹他大学将向对方支付1050万美元的高额赔偿。 -以麦克卢斯基命名中国竞猜网首页的基金会捐赠了300万美元。麦克卢斯基的家人表示，他们将向基金会捐赠大约9000万元人民币的全部赔偿。
In September 2018, 21-year-old student Lauren McCluskey was a track and field athlete at the University of Utah. She met Melvin Sean Rowland at the bar, who was a bodyguard. The two began a short friendship. Roland often went to her dormitory to find Lauren and met other students who lived there. A month later, when she learned that Roland had been convicted and lied about his name and age, the two ended their relationship on October 9.
In the next few weeks, McCluskey called the police at the University of Utah where he was studying repeatedly, claiming harassment and an attempted extortion. She also told the police that she had transferred $1,000 to an account to keep her private photos. But as time passed, McCluskey became more and more disappointed in the speed of the school police investigation, so he dialed 911 for the first time on October 13 to find the Salt Lake City police. On the phone, she stated that she was blackmailed for money, but the police advised her to contact the police at her university. McCluskey said on the phone: "I have already contacted them, I just want to talk to you. I am worried because I don't know how long it will take them."
在接下来的几周内，麦克卢斯基（McCluskey）到犹他大学（University of Utah）反复学习，他在那儿反复学习，声称遭到骚扰和勒索未遂。她还告诉警方，她已将$ 1,000转到一个帐户中以保存她的私人照片。但是随着时间的流逝，麦克卢斯基对学校警察的调查速度越来越失望，因此他于10月13日首次拨打911以寻找盐湖城警察。她在电话中说，她是勒索钱财，但警方建议她与她所在大学的警方联系。麦克卢斯基在电话中说：“我已经联系过他们，我只想和你聊天。我很担心，因为我不知道他们要花多长时间。”
In October 2018, McClusky was found dead in a parked car near the campus. Allegedly, McCluski's ex-boyfriend Melvin Rowland shot and killed her before committing suicide that night. McCluskey was talking on the phone with his mother when he was attacked. Lauren's mother recalled: "I heard my daughter yelling and thought it was a car accident. That was the last time I heard my daughter's voice." And the murderer Roland After being chased by the police for several hours, he committed suicide by drinking a bomb in the church.
On June 27 last year, Lauren’s parents filed a $56 million lawsuit against the University of Utah. Lawyers for Lauren’s family said that Lauren’s death was “preventable” and that the murder occurred because the university did not respond to Lauren’s multiple reports of Roland. Then the University of Utah finally admitted that it was at fault, saying that the death of Lauren McCluskey could have been avoided.
After a settlement between the two parties, the University of Utah agreed to pay $13.5 million for the case, of which $10.5 million was paid to the victim’s parents, and the other $3 million was donated to a foundation named after Lauren McCloskey. The school stated that the foundation Will help college track and field athletes. Lauren’s mother said that all funds from the settlement will be used to support the Lauren McCluskey Foundation to help improve campus safety. Ruth Watkins, President of the University of Utah, said: “The school deeply regrets that Lauren’s case was not handled in the correct way, and the school staff did not take corrective measures at the time. We failed Lauren and her. Family."
双方达成和解后，犹他大学同意为此案支付1,350万美元，其中1,050万美元支付给受害人的父母，其余300万美元捐赠给以Lauren McCloskey命名的基金会。学校表示，该基金会将帮助大学田径运动员。劳伦的母亲说，和解协议中的所有资金都将用于支持劳伦·麦克卢斯基基金会，以帮助改善校园安全。犹他大学校长露丝·沃特金斯（Ruth Watkins）表示：“学校对劳伦的案件处理不当感到非常遗憾，学校工作人员当时没有采取纠正措施。我们让劳伦和她失败了。家庭。”