A women’s rights group is calling for sponsors to drop ties to Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning.
The group, UltraViolet, is making the case after allegations that Peyton Manning sexually assaulted a woman 20 years ago returned to the headlines in the wake of his Super Bowl victory over the Carolina Panthers, as reported by the Washington Post.
“When institutions like the University of Tennessee tacitly condone violence against women by ignoring cases of sexual assault by student-athletes, it perpetuates a dangerous culture of violence that ultimately hurts women everywhere,” Nita Chaudhary, co-founder of UltraViolet, said in a statement.
“Nationwide Insurance and Papa John’s Pizza must show their customers that they will never stand for sexual violence—and suspend their relationships with Manning pending further investigation,” she added.
Per the Post:
The allegations resurfaced when the quarterback was mentioned in a recently filed Title IX lawsuit against the University of Tennessee, as reported by CNN.
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Note: Fortune has reached out to Manning and the Broncos for comment and will update this story if and when they respond.