Pianist claims UCLA music professor gave A grade for sexmain
A not-uncommon transaction, seldom brought to court.
A Hungarian pianist who won a Fulbright Scholarship to do post-graduate studies at UCLA is suing the regents of the University of California, alleging one of her professors lured her into a sexual relationship and increased the grade he was giving her after their initial intimate encounter.
Tunde Krasznai’s Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit, filed Tuesday, alleges harassment and failure to prevent harassment. The complaint also names as a defendant Robert Winter, a UCLA Department of Music professor.
…. “After being pressured to and having had sex with Winter, Winter retroactively changed the grade that Krasznai received in his course from B+ to an A,” the suit alleges.
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