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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/AP) — It seems that Florida State University will be dealing with issues regarding their former star quarterback Jameis Winston long after he moves on to the NFL.

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A federal judge is moving a high-profile lawsuit against Florida State from an Orlando federal court to one in Tallahassee.

Erica Kinsman filed a lawsuit against FSU earlier this year. The former FSU student says the university failed to respond to her allegations that she was sexually assaulted by Winston.

FSU has denied the allegations, but attorneys for the school also argued that the lawsuit should be transferred to the Northern District of Florida.

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Kinsman argued she could not get a fair trial in Tallahassee. She also said she was fearful of her safety.

But Senior U.S. District Judge Gregory Presnell in a Monday order said his court has no jurisdiction over FSU.

Winston was cleared of wrongdoing by FSU following a hearing last year. A Florida prosecutor chose not to press charges against Winston, who is expected to be a top pick in the NFL draft.

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