University of Wisconsin – La Crosse chancellor sacked from post over pornographic films made with his wife, reports say – By Melissa Alonso – The Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System has terminated a 63-year-old university chancellor from his position after “discovering sexually explicit videos” he made with his wife, according to statements from officials and reporting from major media outlets that interviewed the ex-chancellor.

Announcing the termination of Joe Gow, University of Wisconsin System President Jay Rothman said, “In recent days, we learned of specific conduct by Dr. Gow that has subjected the university to significant reputational harm. His actions were abhorrent.”

Gow was being placed on administrative leave as he “transitions into a faculty role,” Rothman said in a statement posted on UW’s website. The university leader added he had filed a complaint asking for Gow’s status as a tenured professor to be reviewed, noting that an outside law firm had been retained in the matter.

Gow who, according to his university profile served as the 10th Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, said in statements to media outlets that he was being punished over pornographic videos he made with his wife. He has not received “due process” and the “books and videos my wife and I have produced are protected under the First Amendment,” Gow said in statement to CNN.