More accusations surface against former Wis. AD

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Police are investigating new accusations against a former University of Wisconsin athletic official.

John Chadima resigned as associate athletic director on Jan. 7 after a male student employee accused him of grabbing his genitals during an alcohol-fueled party before the Rose Bowl.

Chancellor David Ward said Monday that campus police have been investigating a second allegation of misconduct against Chadima since Jan. 30. Ward said only that the allegation involved an adult male.

He says he has appointed a former judge to conduct an internal investigation. Vince Sweeney, vice chancellor of university relations, declined to elaborate.

Chadima's attorney didn't immediately return a message.