You should consult with an appropriate attorney. There are too many possible issues here to really understand what's going on or what has gone on.
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Based on what you are describing, it seems as though the professor you were involved with may have crossed certain ethical lines associated with his position at the University. More information is needed. Under the circumstances, it is in your best interest to consult with a Discrimination/Harassment attorney to fully vet the facts of your case and give you more of an understanding of what your legal rights might be prior to filling a Title IIV complaint with the CHRO or EEOC. Most lawyers will probably give you a free preliminary consultation.
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No issue the AP has disciplinary trouble. Your damages are a little more difficult to figure. There are lots of evidentiary issues as well. Reporting of these assaults in a timely fashion will be critical.
Best to sit down with a local lawyer to flesh out the facts and develop a time line, and formulate a game plan.