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A group of former Ole Miss offensive linemen has been arrested in Mississippi on charges of sexual assault, a spokesman for the U.S. attorney’s office in Mississippi told Fortune on Thursday.

The men are accused of assaulting a woman and a woman who worked for them in an area known as the “Ole Miss strip club,” according to a criminal complaint filed in U.C. Davis on March 14.

The alleged assaults took place in January and February, according to the complaint, and involved a female victim and a male defendant.

Both victims were interviewed by the FBI and a search of their personal electronic devices found sexual images and other material, according the criminal complaint.

The indictment also says that the accused men met in a local bar and drank alcohol together.

The indictment also alleges that one of the men’s victims “engaged in sexual activity” with one of them.

The accused men are being held on $1 million bail, the criminal complaints said.

The criminal complaint alleges that the alleged victims “were aware of the defendant’s past sexual misconduct with other individuals” but “did not report the incident to law enforcement because they did not wish to lose their jobs, pay their debts, or suffer financial hardships.”

Ole Moms website also includes a list of former members of the football program, which lists nine former players arrested on charges ranging from child abuse to rape.

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