(CBS Detroit) — Days after the University of Michigan settled a $490 million sexual abuse lawsuit in connection with the late Dr. Robert Anderson, another lawsuit was filed against the university.

According to a report from The Detroit News, a federal lawsuit was filed by a 79-year-old Michigan man who alleged he was sexually abused by Anderson for 22 years.

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It is unclear if the lawsuit will be included in the previously agreed settlement.

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The university agreed to the $490 million settlement for more than 1,000 — mostly men — who say they were sexually assaulted by a former sports doctor at the school. It is just $10 million shy of the $500 million Michigan State University agreed in 2018 to pay to sexual assault victims of its own sports doctor, Larry Nassar.

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