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Mathis lay in a coma for several days; the other woman died of her injuries.
The officers handcuffed him and sat him in the back of a patrol car. Newsletter Keep me up to date on the latest happenings and all that D Magazine has to offer. And he was among the first to adapt emerging communications technologies like the fax machine and the internet to his business model.
The whole ordeal has brought what some say is a man with two personalities—a Jekyll and Hyde disconnect—out into public for the first time. But even if true, none of that was illegal. McNutt, who agreed to answer only certain questions via e-mail or through his lawyers, had his attorney, C. Today, Mary Lynn is a successful lawyer who lives out of state.
If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. Two female students from Vanderbilt had come to visit him at the family home in Corsicana.
They have also declined to comply with requests for police reports filed under the Freedom of Information Act. SMU was trying to embarrass him. Not far from the house, the driver, Mary Lynn Mathis, crashed head-on into another car.
After dinner and drinking, McNutt told the women they had to leave. The officers ordered him to stop.
GOT IT! So was a masseuse. For instance, Smith says, McNutt never had to face any serious consequences from his role in the death of a Vanderbilt student in the late s.
And, not far from a workout room that bears his name, McNutt was arrested for trespassing. No one is talking about why McNutt was there that day.
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Reports said that when he saw two campus police officers, he headed for a doorway to one of the stadium tunnels. Browse all newsletters here.
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So why would the university ban a donor and the founding president of the Young Alumni Association from campus? Around this time, some people close to the McNutt family say, a pattern of boorish conduct began to emerge—and they say he was insulated from the ramifications of it by a powerful family in a small town.
One had passed out, so he put her in the back of the car without a seat belt. McNutt Jr. He transformed a small, regional business into a worldwide retailer.
The prominent SMU alumnus had been banned from campus since November Alcohol was available.