The accuser, who now works as a college coach, is among three former students who filed a civil rights lawsuit against Isaac Sanders, former East Stroudsburg University's vice president of advancement.
The lawsuit accuses Sanders
of molestation or unwanted sexual touching while the plaintiffs were students at the Pennsylvania school.
was fired six years ago following an investigation by the agency that oversees Pennsylvania's state university system.
has consistently denied wrongdoing and has never been charged with a crime.
The man who says Sanders
groped him told a jury in federal court that he
was raised in a city neighborhood where it wasn't acceptable to report crime.
All three accusers and Sanders
"It's not socially acceptable to report a murder, a burglary, any kind of crime in your neighborhood," said the man, adding he
didn't agree with it.
The students' 2009 lawsuit named top East Stroudsburg University administrators as defendants along with Sanders
, alleging they knew about the abuse but failed to stop it.
A judge later dismissed them from the case.
The other two accusers testified earlier in the trial that Sanders
high-powered job to offer them scholarships, gifts and campus jobs, then assaulted them.
One of the men told the jury that Sanders grabbed him by the head and forced him to give Sanders oral sex while they were in Sanders' SUV, and testified about several other acts of alleged forced oral sex.
graphic account prompted skepticism from Sanders' attorney, who asked the man, who was in his
early 20s at the time, why he
would keep going back for more abuse.
Defense attorney Harry Coleman also noted the accuser had failed to report Sanders to the university.