Child Sex Allegations Against Minnesota State Football Coach Falling Apart
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(WSCR) In August, Minnesota State head football coach Todd Hoffner was arrested after authorities believed he used his children in a sexual performance and possessed child pornography.
Now, however, a Blue Earth County Human Services investigation has found no evidence of child sexual abuse from Hoffner. The same agency has requested that the child pornography felony charges against him be dropped, according to the Mankato Free Press.
The 46-year-old father of three has been on paid administrative leave from the university since he was escorted off the field during practice on Aug. 17.
Hoffner was accused of using his young children to make three short videos, which prosecutors said contain child pornography, on a cellphone that had been issued to him by the university.