According to a recent claim, Bryan Kohberger, 28, reportedly rated his female students harsher than males while working as a criminology graduate assistant at Washington State University.
In late December, the graduate student was charged with the November 13 stabbings of housemates Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, and Xana Kernodle, 20, as well as Xana’s boyfriend Ethan Chapin, 20.
Kohberger was fired from the program one month after four students were discovered heartlessly cut to death outside the University of Idaho campus.
It was not, however, for his claimed participation in the murders.
Former coworkers have informed NewsNation that he was renowned for making snarky remarks about women on the show.
According to a source close to the murder suspect, Kohberger reportedly warned ladies at WSU that men would steal all of their jobs because they were not as clever.
According to the anonymous sources, he received several complaints after severely grading female pupils, and a harassment training class was even arranged at the school.
Kohberger was fired in December 2022 because he “had not made progress regarding professionalism,” according to his termination letter, which NewsNation obtained.
The letter made no mention of the sexism charges.
On September 23, Kohberger reportedly had an “altercation” with the professor he was helping, John Snyder, according to the letter.
By October 21, a professor had reportedly written Kohberger about “the ways in which you had failed to meet your expectations as a TA thus far in the semester,” according to the site.
According to the termination letter, department executives met with Kohberger on November 2 to discuss an improvement plan, 11 days before the four students were stabbed.
Following the murders of the Idaho students, Kohberger reportedly engaged in a second “altercation” with Professor Snyder on December 9, according to the letter.
Other witnesses have spoken out about purported contacts with Kohberger, who is now in prison awaiting trial.
According to two persons acquainted with the matter who spoke with The New York Times, Kohberger reportedly followed a female student to her vehicle in one case.
The university’s inquiry, however, found Kohberger not guilty of any misconduct in these charges.
A local brewery that Kohberger visited informed NewsNation that female employees had previously complained about his aggressive conduct.
According to insiders, they had even highlighted his ID in the system to warn of his previous conduct.
On November 13, Kohberger is suspected of killing and stabbing three young ladies, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, and Xana Kernodle, 20, as well as Xana’s boyfriend Ethan Chapin, 20.
Before the Idaho court granted a gag order for the trial, authorities revealed limited information about physical evidence seized by police.
Police revealed a list of goods confiscated from his parent’s house where he was apprehended in an unsealed arrest warrant.
During Kohberger’s arrest, detectives confiscated four medical-style gloves, a black Champion sweatshirt, black face masks, size 13 Nike sneakers, a knife, black gloves, and a black cap.
Kohberger traveled all the way back to his parent’s house in Pennsylvania with his father after being fired from WSU.
According to reports, police in Pennsylvania are presently investigating any additional possible killings that might be related to Kohberger.
Kohberger, who was detained on December 30, has maintained his innocence and has yet to enter a formal plea.
If he is proven guilty of the murders, he will be sentenced to death.
His next court appearance is planned for late June.