Camille LeNoir thought she'd landed a dream job last year, an entryway into the competitive world of coaching college basketball. She was a former player herself, having starred at the University of Southern California. But since her playing days ended, LeNoir had focused on working with young players. She was excited when her former college coach offered her an assistant position on his staff at New Mexico State University. She accepted the job, but two days before she was to board a plane for New Mexico, LeNoir's phone rang. The Aggies' coach, Mark Trakh, had watched an online video posted in in which LeNoir discussed her playing career, her religious faith and her sexuality.
Former basketball player says university denied her a job for no longer identifying as gay
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By Hannah Parry For Dailymail. He'd seen a video she posted online where she described homosexuality was 'wrong' and 'not worth losing your soul over' and advised her to remove it immediately if she ever wanted to work in college football. LeNoir, who identified as gay for most of her career, claims she was left with the impression that she would have got the job if she was still gay. LeNoir, , a former WNBA's Washington Mystics second-round draft pick, went onto say in the video that sports were 'evil,' complaining about 'idol worship, greed, the level of money, the hatred, the envy. LeNoir claims she was left with the impression that she would have got the job if she was still gay. LeNoir said that Trakh had asked her if she still felt the way she did in the video during the call. While she stood down on her claims sport was 'evil', the aspiring coach said she stood by her beliefs that homosexuality was 'evil'.
Basketball Coach Says She Was Denied A Job Because She’s No Longer Gay
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A former professional basketball player is claiming that she was offered and then denied a job because she is no longer a homosexual. Last year LeNoir was offered a job when Mark Trakh, her former college coach, offered her an assistant position on his staff at New Mexico State University. LeNoir accepted the job, but two days before she was to board a plane for New Mexico Trakh, 62, called to withdraw the offer. He told LeNoir to take the video down or else it would damage her career. In the video, LeNoir said that she lived as a homosexual for seven years, even as she went to church.