A 74-year-old grandmother says Derrius guice He sexually harassed her at the Superdome in 2017 … and she says the former LSU superstar was so vile she’s still “scarred” by the confrontation.
Gloria Scott explained the meeting to lawmakers during her testimony in front of the Louisiana Senate Select Committee on Women and Children on Friday … and was thrilled to remember it.
Scott, holding back tears, said that while doing her security work at a high school game on December 9, 2017 at the Superdome, Guice walked up to her and grabbed her genitals.
Scott says that Guice asked him if he wanted to have sex with him … even telling him that they should “go and do it.”
Scott says he scolded the runner for the nasty gestures and comments … but she claims that Guice just laughed and finally left.
Scott says she reported the incident to her supervisors, and the complaint eventually reached LSU’s coaching staff.
In fact, Scott claims he even had a conversation with the Tigers head coach. Ed orgeron over it.
But Scott says he believes Orgeron and LSU did nothing to punish Guice for his actions.
On Orgeron’s side, LSU has said the coach never spoke directly to Scott about the alleged incident.
Scott claims that because she had complained about Guice … they actually moved her from her usual safe place at high school games, and said her supervisors told her, “Well, if they find out you’re accusing Derrius, the soccer players could have a reaction. “
“I said, ‘What do you mean by a reaction to me?'” Scott said. “‘I am the victim.’
Scott told lawmakers Friday that the entire test was horrible for her … and she wants LSU to acknowledge the problems it has had in the past dealing with sexual misconduct claims and fix them in the future.
“It’s such an unfortunate thing,” Scott said. “You’re picking on a woman who is a grandmother and a great-grandmother. Just horrible.”