“I understand that domestic violence is a terrible problem, but in no way does that apply to Matt and me.”Katz said that she has “never been abused, assaulted or otherwise mistreated by Matt.”Boermeester, who kicked the game-winning field goal for USC in the Rose Bowl, was suspended from USC, then barred from campus and from meeting with USC's athletic trainers or members of the football team.The school also barred Boermeester from contacting Katz, she said.She's the former Miss Universe Australia who welcomed her second son Ennio Stanley Glevae with rapper husband Example ten weeks ago.
The stylish 35-year-old took to Instagram to share a mirror selfie of herself, flaunting her trim post-baby body figure and casual evening ensemble. Erin added a touch of edge to her look with a denim jacket by Dries van Noten and accessorised with silver hoop earrings.She teamed her black tank top with yellow and white strip accents and matching pants, from P. For makeup, the mother-of-two went for a bold red lipstick, strong grows, dramatic winged eyeliner and lashings of mascara.A spokesman for USC, in an emailed statement to The Times, said that “the university has concluded its investigation.Student disciplinary records and proceedings regarding any matter of student conduct are confidential and protected by law.The snap instantly garnered thousands of likes and congratulatory messages from friends and fans.
The birth of baby Ennio comes more than two years after the birth of Erin and rapper Example's first son, Evander Maxwell Gleave.The girlfriend of former USC kicker Matt Boermeester said Sunday that the Title IX investigation that led to his removal from the school's football team was "horrible and unjust" to her and Boermeester.Zoe Katz, 22, a senior, said in a two-page statement her attorney emailed to The Times that Boermeester "has been falsely accused of conduct involving me." Katz confirmed that the statement was hers. Steigerwalt, said that USC alleged that Boermeester shoved Katz outside her home.Katz said she was summoned to a mandatory meeting with Title IX officials, where she told investigators that the two were playing around.Katz was subsequently told that she “must be afraid of Matt,” she said. Boermeester has not been arrested or charged with a crime.“When I told the truth about Matt, in repeated interrogations, I was stereotyped and was told I must be a ‘battered’ woman, and that made me feel demeaned and absurdly profiled,” Katz said.Per the registrar, he is no longer enrolled at the university.”Katz said the Title IX office made her feel “misled, harassed, threatened and discriminated against,” and caused her to hire an attorney.“The Title IX office’s response was dismissive and demeaning,” she said.