“Less than five,” Kaler said when asked, on Minnesota Public Radio, for a number of new cases that are being investigated, according to TwinCities.com.
Teague was fired earlier this month after two female university employees filed sexual harassment complaints against him. Amelia Rayno, a journalist who covers Minnesota’s men’s basketball team, has also accused Teague of sexual harassment.
“We have received a small number of additional complaints since he came forward,” Kaler said on Minnesota Public Radio. “We’re in the process of investigating those, and we will ask the external counsel that we brought on board to also look into them.”