Who is Gloria Scott? Grandma claims Derrius Guice sexually harassed her and said ‘I like to f**k women like you’
She claimed that he made vulgar comments, rubbed himself against her 'body up and down, from his chest to his genitals'
LSU’s running back Derrius Guice is accused of allegedly sexually harassing a 74-year-old grandmother in 2017. The alleged victim, identified as Gloria Scott, has claimed that Guice touched her inappropriately and made vulgar remarks during an HS game at Superdome. Scott is reportedly a Louisiana State University Tigers fan and worked part-time security at football games.
She told USA Today that in December 2017, Guice and his friends approached her while she was sitting at her post outside Elevatri 8 in Bunker G. When she glanced up as they stood before her, the footballer allegedly said, “I like to f**k women like you, you older women, because y'all know y'all like us young men to f**k y'all. And, you know you want this body.”
She further claimed that he made vulgar comments, rubbed himself against her “body up and down, from his chest to his genitals”. She felt uncomfortable and told him to leave, as he sported a “big grin” while his friends were laughing by his side. Scott left after a few minutes and she "felt degraded”. Scott explained her encounter to lawmakers during her testimony before Louisiana Senate Select Committee on Women and Children on March 26. She teared up as she recollected the incident. She has claimed that Guice asked her if she wanted to “have sex with him”, even telling her they should “go off and do it”.
She reportedly told Guice, “‘Young man, respect me. I am a grandmother, and I have grandkids. How would you like somebody to talk to your grandmother this way and handle this like that?’ I said, ‘My grandsons are not like this.’ And he told me, ‘F**k your grandsons. They don't know nothing, you and I are going to the hotel so I could f**k you.’”
While Scott claims she took this up to her supervisors and even complained to LSU’s coaching staff and had a conversation with Tigers’ head coach Ed Orgeron, nothing was reportedly done about it. Meanwhile, Orgeron has claimed that she never directly spoke to him regarding the incident. Responding to this, Scott told USA Today, “Coach O is telling a lie. He's not telling the truth. I don’t have no reason to lie. I know who I was talking to. He knows he talked to me.”
Scott said when she demanded him to sit out the Citrus Bowl as a disciplinary measure, the school official “ignored” her. “I felt that not playing in that game would hurt him more than anything. Because if it was my son or my grandsons, and I knew he did that, and they were playing sports, I personally myself would make sure they didn’t play. I didn’t think I was asking too much,” Scott told the publication.