Of what does Carol accuse John of in Act II?

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Carol accuses John, her professor, of being sexist and elitist.  

Carol reports to the Tenure Committee that John shared an inappropriate sexual story and afterwards, touched her (he put his arm around her).

She also claims that John encouraged her to return for private tutoring sessions to improve her grade...

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Carol accuses John, her professor, of being sexist and elitist.  

Carol reports to the Tenure Committee that John shared an inappropriate sexual story and afterwards, touched her (he put his arm around her).

She also claims that John encouraged her to return for private tutoring sessions to improve her grade because, he liked her.  

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