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John Coughlin, the double cross U.S. sets figure skating champion who ended his life Friday, was confronting three reports of sexual unfortunate behavior against him

Tuesday, 22 January 2019
John Coughlin, shown with Caydee Denney, competed at the 2013 Skate America competition at Joe Louis Arena.
John Coughlin, the double cross U.S. sets figure skating champion who ended his life Friday, was confronting three reports of sexual unfortunate behavior against him, two of them including minors, as indicated by an individual with information on the circumstance who was not approved to speak freely about the issue. 

The reports were documented with the U.S. Community for SafeSport. The principal report, which didn't originate from a minor, prompted SafeSport's choice on Dec. 17 to confine Coughlin's qualification to take an interest in his game pending last goals of the issue. Updates on that disciplinary activity was accounted for by USA TODAY on Jan. 7. 

The other two reports, the two of which included minors at the hour of the supposed sexual offense, came to SafeSport inside the previous barely any weeks and brought about its choice to lift Coughlin's disciplinary record to an interval suspension Thursday night. 

U.S. Figure Skating is required to uphold SafeSport disciplinary choices so it quickly suspended the 33-year-old Coughlin also, which implied he was disallowed from taking an interest "in any way, in any action or rivalry" approved or sorted out by USFS or the U.S. Olympic Committee.

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