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Former University of Michigan Professor Faces Charges of Sex Trafficking of Minor
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According to an indictment filed in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, former University of Michigan professor Steven Shipps has been charged with two counts of transporting a minor girl across state lines to engage in sexual activity, contrary to 18 USC 2423(a). United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan Matthew Schneider has indicated that the investigation into Steven Shipps is ongoing and they are calling for any other survivors or individuals with information to come forward with information.

Any individuals with information related to alleged sexual abuse should contact the tip line that has been set up by the Department of Homeland Security at 866-DHS-TIPS or by e-mailing hsi-shipps-investigation@ice.dhs.gov.

 

Grewal Law represents survivors of sexual abuse. Our attorneys and staff work tirelessly to promote transparency, accountability, and justice for those who have been betrayed by organizations who should be protecting people–not enabling abusers. We will be watching how this investigation progresses. Grewal Law represented a third of the plaintiffs in the MSU and Larry Nassar lawsuits. We are currently representing survivors of sexual abuse perpetrated by former University of Michigan Doctor Robert E. Anderson. We understand what it takes to prevail against sexual predators and the institutions that enable them. We have experienced and trauma-informed staff and attorneys here to assist you. Our consultations are free, confidential, and without any obligations.

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