Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel says she’s willing to investigate allegations of sex abuse leveled against a University of Michigan doctor.
But she set some conditions that would have to be met first.
Former UM students and athletes have stepped forward with claims of abuse by Dr. Robert Anderson, who died in 2008.
They also say UM failed to protect them from the abuse.
The attorney general says she’s willing to investigate to determine whether UM is culpable. But Nessel says she cannot do that unless UM agrees not to use the attorney-client privilege.