LOUISVILLE (WHAS11) – One of Katina Powell’s attorneys, Bart McMahon, confirms she is scheduled to meet with NCAA investigators Monday afternoon, March 7.
NCAA investigators have more questions to ask Powell that they did not ask the first time she met with them, according to McMahon.Powell first met with NCAA investigators in November and she gave them access to her phone records and journals. Powell claims the phone records and journals document the four years of strip shows and sex parties at Billy Minardi Hall from 2010 to 2014 with UofL Men’s Basketball players, recruits and their guardians. Powell claims all of the parties were coordinated by former staff member Andre McGee.
In February, the University of Louisville announced a self-imposed postseason ban.At this time all of the investigations remain open. The NCAA, UofL and University Police have not rendered a final decision.