One week after firing Paul Riley, North Carolina Courage majority owner Steve Malik broke his silence with a letter to fans. In it, he says that he was aware of a 2015 investigation into Riley but was “assured that [Riley] was in good standing.” He does not specify who made that assurance. Malik added that the Courage had “no knowledge of allegations” while Riley was employed.
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