Her crime? She said 'women have vaginas' during seminar on transgender issues.
Lisa Keogh, 29, was hauled before disciplinary panel at the University of Abertay It came after she made comments about women in transgender issues seminar University says disciplinary process was not engaged by Ms Keogh's opinions They say it was complaint about alleged behaviour and that it was not upheld A mother-of-two law student who was investigated by university chiefs after saying 'women have vaginas' has today been cleared of misconduct.
Mature student Lisa Keogh, 29, was hauled before a disciplinary panel at the University of Abertay in Dundee after her comments made during a seminar on transgender issues were reported to tutors by her classmates.
But after a two month probe, which took place while she underwent her final year exams, the university's disciplinary board has decided not to uphold the misconduct charge against her. Today Ms Keogh hit out at the university for subjecting her to what she described as a 'cruel modern day witch hunt' due to her 'gender critical views'.
The university deny Ms Keogh was put through the disciplinary procedure because of her 'personal opinions'.
In a comment, sent to MailOnline, a 'victorious' Ms Keogh said: 'As overjoyed as I am about this decision, I am saddened that I went through this at such a critical time in my university career.
'The very end of my period at Abertay is now tarnished with these bad memories.
Lisa Keogh, 29, was hauled before a disciplinary panel at the University of Abertay in Dundee after she made the comments during a seminar on transgender issues