Case Study: Daubert V. Kendra Wallin

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Ms. Greear stated that Mr. Daubert had kissed one of the female players named Kendra Wallin. He had kissed her once on the forehead and once on the cheek. In addition, Ms. Greear stated that Mr. Daubert had put his hands on Ms. Wallin’s waist. It was not clear from Ms. Greear’s statements if she witnessed the kisses by Mr. Daubert or if she was told that it took place by Ms. Wallin.
Ms. Greear stated that she did not think much about the group me messages until she showed her boyfriend. Ms. Greear was asked if she had talked about the messages with the other captains, she replied “Never really talked about. Not like specific things.” She was asked if she felt uncomfortable with Mr. Daubert or “creeped” out with the pictures and comments.

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