Former Ohio State University assistant football coach Zach Smith took naked photos in the White House, a new report claims.

He allegedly took the photos during a 2015 visit by the team to honor their title win the year before, according to sports network Stadium.

Smith was fired in July after allegations of domestic violence in 2015 against his wife Courtney came to light. Smith and his ex-wife divorced in 2016. He has denied the abuse allegations.

According to the Stadium report, Courtney Smith provided the alleged photos of her ex-husband's penis, which are timestamped Apr. 20, 2015, the date of the team's White House visit, and show Smith in a black suit he wore to the event honoring the Buckeyes and with a White House bathroom towel featuring the seal of the president of the United States.

The photos have not been published. Per Stadium, Smith's lawyer Brad Koffel claimed they were stolen and obtained without his client's consent. Koffel did not immediately return an email seeking comment.

The photos, along with other sexual photos allegedly taken in the coaches' office and receipts for sex toys shipped to the school, are the latest in an ongoing scandal involving Smith. Ohio State's head football coach Urban Meyer, who initially denied knowing about the domestic violence allegations, is on administrative leave while the university investigates the handling of the issue.

The university's investigation is expected to conclude Sunday, according to a tweeted announcement by university President Michael V. Drake.

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