Baylor University declined to comment on reports that Kenneth Starr, the former independent counsel charged with investigating Bill Clinton during his presidency, has been fired over sexual abuse scandals at the school. Linda So reports.
Kenneth Starr, best known for investigating Bill Clinton during his presidency, has reportedly been fired as president of Baylor. But the university is refusing to comment. In the past several months, Baylor has been under fire over sex abuse scandals at the school. The world's largest Baptist college has been accused of doing too little to investigate reports of rape by its male athletes. In a statement, the school said they will release an announcement by June 3. Starr, in the mid-1990s, was appointed as a special counsel to investigate then President Clinton's administration which included his sexual relationship with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.