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CofC professor will not face criminal charges

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CHARLESTON, SC -

A former professor at the College of Charleston will not face criminal charges for allegations that he sexually assaulted one of his students.

Back in March, officials at the College of Charleston received complaints against then-tenured professor Enrique Graf. According to affidavits, Graf allegedly sexually harassed and assaulted one of his music students.

As the investigation continued, Graf resigned from the college. In a phone interview with News 2 back in July, Graf's attorney called the investigation, "a sham."

According to a spokesperson with the College of Charleston, there is not enough evidence to criminally charge Graf. The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division also assisted in that investigation.

Officials say they could reopen the case if new evidence is presented.

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