U.S. Figure Skating has suspended former Olympic coach Richard Callaghan pending a new investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct made against him almost 20 years ago. Callaghan, coach to Olympic champion Tara Lipinski and six-time U.S. champion Todd Eldredge, was accused of sexual misconduct in April 1999 by Craig Maurizi, one of his former students. Maurizi told The New York Times that Callaghan had engaged in inappropriate sexual conduct with him beginning when he was 15 years old. The alleged misconduct had begun nearly 20 years earlier. The Times article cited two other unnamed students of Callaghan's who also claimed to have been molested by the coach. Callaghan, 72, denied the charges at the time, telling the Times he never had sex with Maurizi and dismissing any suggestion that he had engaged in any improper behavior. On Friday, he told ABC News, "That's 19 or 20 years ago. I have nothing to say." Maurizi filed a grievance...



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