Jim Calhoun has broken his silence after he was accused of sexual discrimination by a former employee earlier this week.

The Hall of Fame basketball coach, who currently works at Saint Joseph, said he didn’t knowingly discriminate against any woman and he has “never treated any woman inappropriately.”

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This week Jaclyn Piscitelli filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court against Saint Joseph, which is a small Catholic school in Connecticut that just recently started admitting men in 2018.

Piscitelli said in the filing that he was fired in June after complaining about the conduct of men in the athletic department, which included Calhoun.

She also said that Calhoun referred to her as “hot.” Calhoun has denied all the allegations.

Flip the Page to Read Calhoun’s statement: