A federal judge has granted the University of Virginia’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit by a student who claimed to have been sexually harassed during a nude modelling session with a university employee, finding the complaint was filed outside the two-year statute of limitations.

In October 2016, plaintiff Olivia Sabin Peabody, an undergraduate student, applied to take part in nude modeling sessions that paid $15-20 per hour. The sessions were conducted by defendant Andrew Hersey, an employee of the Fralin Art Museum on campus.

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