"Isaiah attended the school during the calendar year of 2018, he leaves Penn State to another school where he's offered a scholarship in December 2018", Marino said.
At the time of his departure, Humphries released the following statement on Twitter. "Hazers also stole their targets' clothes, Humphries says".
Humphries says that Barber was charged with violating the school's anti-hazing policy and was even sanctioned by Penn State's Office of Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response last season.
'I'm going to Sandusky you, ' one player allegedly said, referring to the former Penn State defensive coordinator who is now serving between 30 and 60 years for 52 counts of sexual abuse involving minors. Humphries says numerous upperclass players would sexually and violently haze freshman while saying phrases like "I am going to f*ck you" and "I am going to Sandusky you".
The allegations include instances of the players named collectively orchestrating, directing and facilitating a campaign to harass and haze underclassmen on the Penn State football team.More news: Mitch McConnell welcomes end to Nancy Pelosi's 'one-woman blockade' on impeachment
The hazing allegedly occurred in multiple areas of campus, including the Lasch Building, which serves as the football program's headquarters, and was observed repeatedly by coaches who didn't intervene, the suit states.
The lawsuit claims some of the alleged hazing acts were witnessed by members of the Penn State football team and its coaching staff.
Luketa allegedly went as far as threatening to have Humphries killed for complaining about the hazing, Humphries claimed in the lawsuit.
In retaliation for complaining, Humphries claims he was ordered to perform football drills the coaches knew he would fail.
The former player who filed the suit alleges he was retaliated against for making the reports, including scorn from coaches, "irrational and inappropriate censure" by the team's academic advisor and denial of medical accommodations to treat anxiety and narcolepsy. That August suit on behalf of Dr. Scott Lynch alleges that Franklin pushed Lynch to medically clear players.More news: United States 'outraged' by latest attack on Iraqi base
Humphries also claims in the lawsuit that he was "ostracized and shunned" by other members of the football team, who allegedly conspired to "create an existence...designed to encourage him to leave Penn State University and resign from its football program".
Numerous team members, and others associated with the football program, were interviewed and overwhelmingly they disclaimed, or flat out denied the allegations, with most saying it was just locker-room horseplay, or teammates joking around, and they felt that the original complaint came from a player looking for a quick transfer to another school.
He names the university, Franklin and ex-teammate, Damion Barber of Harrisburg, as defendants in the case.
Barber is also accused of intentional infliction of emotional distress and civil conspiracy.
A message seeking comment was left for the plaintiff's lawyers, Steven F. Marino and Joseph Auddino of Philadelphia.More news: Bangladesh to tour Pakistan for Tests, T20Is, ODIs