Jeff Schemmel is under fire for traveling for trysts with a married woman, while expensing the trips to San Diego State. That's gotta be some kind of recruiting violation.
The Aztecs are looking into Schemmel's travel records, after they were subpoenaed as part of a divorce trial.
The suit is part of the divorce proceedings of John David Lineberger, whose wife, Carolyn, said under oath in deposition testimony that Schemmel had multiple sexual trysts with her in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, and Point Clear, Ala. A hotel bill paid by credit card in Point Clear in January lists Schemmel and "San Diego State Univ," along with 5500 Campanile Dr. (SDSU's address). It was for three nights, totaling $814.57.
Have you ever been to Alabama? There's no hotels there that are worth 270 bucks a night. That means San Diego State was likely paying for some champagne and strawberries with whipped cream, and perhaps some "mature films" at $20 a pop.
This is a private matter between Lori (Schemmel's wife) and me," [Schemmel's] statement said. "We have worked hard to put this behind us. We ask that our privacy be respected on what is a family issue."
Not that we're paragons of virtue around here when it comes to respecting privacy, but this stopped being a private matter the moment California taxpayers sprung for Schemmel to get his dick wet.
Suit Prompts SDSU Review Of Schemmel Travel Records [San Diego Union-Tribune]