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Katina Powell to talk with NCAA about Louisville accusations

Katina Powell

Katina Powell, the self-proclaimed madam who wrote a tell-all book about providing sex and strippers to Louisville basketball players and recruits, plans to talk with the NCAA, according to her attorney.

According to WDRB, Powell’s attorney Larry Wilder says his client will speak with the NCAA next week.

“There’s no question that she will talk to the NCAA now. There is no reason for her not to talk to the NCAA now and meet with the NCAA now and that’s gonna happen very soon. And the NCAA will have the full and absolute complete benefit of all the information and all the documentation; all the cell phones and all the journals that the Commonwealth’s Attorney now’s going to get through a subpoena,” Larry Wilder said.

Powell previously said her primary objective to releasing the book was to make money (and she wasn’t even getting a huge cut of profits, either). If she was out for money more than to make Louisville look bad, then why would she talk with an organization focused on making sure teams follow its rules?

Maybe she thinks she can get some sort of settlement money this way. Or it could be what Wilder says — that Powell wants immunity from criminal prosecution and thinks she can be granted it this way.


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