George W. Huguely V, the ex- University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted of murdering his girlfriend in May 2010, was sued by American International Group Inc. over his refusal to cooperate with the insurer’s investigators.
George W. Huguely V, a former University of Virginia lacrosse player, was found guilty of second degree murder in the beating death of his sometimes girlfriend, Yeardley Love, a 22-year-old UVA student and athlete.
State prosecutors portrayed former University of Virginia lacrosse player George W. Huguely V as a violent man whose actions caused the death of Yeardley Love, a 22-year-old UVA student and the defendant’s ex-girlfriend.
A University of Virginia lacrosse player accused of murdering a classmate never reported his arrest for a drunken altercation with a police officer two years ago, leaving the school unaware of behavior that would have required counseling and suspension from team activities, the university’s president said.
The University of Virginia received the No. 1 seed for the men’s national lacrosse tournament less than 24 hours after players attended the funeral of a classmate police said was murdered by one of their teammates.