Respected Faculty and “Coach of the Year” in California College is Charged With Human Trafficking and Pimping Women

A respected faculty and “Coach of the Year” in California College is charged with human trafficking and pimping women.

Kyle Lee Whitmore
A decorated faculty in California college, Kyle Lee Whitmore, is charged and arrested. (Photo: CBS News)

Faculty in California College is Charged With Human Trafficking and Pimping Women

A decorated faculty in California College and “Coach of the Year” identified as Kyle Lee Whitmore, 39 years old, is charged with human trafficking and pimping women. It was found during the investigation that Whitmore forced two women to prostitute themselves.

In a published article in FOX News, Whitmore was arrested on September 7 after a woman reported to the authorities at Diablo Valley in Contra Costa County. Another woman also made similar allegations but authorities did not release details about the alleged crime.

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Contra Costa Community College District Released a Statement

According to a published article in KTLA, Kyle Lee Whitmore serves as a tenured communication studies instructor at the school, where he is also a track coach.

The Contra Costa Community College District released a statement and said, “The district is devastated by the seriousness of the allegations that have been raised thus far. The safety of our students and staff is our main priority. We take seriously any accusations of inappropriate behavior by our employees and honor the expectation that our students, staff, and visitors have to be safe when they visit our campuses.”

Furthermore, Whitmore is now being held without bail and it is still not clear if he hired a lawyer to defend him during the trial.

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