Former USC basketball player O.J. Mayo refused to cooperate with the school in its own investigation into allegations that he accepted improper gifts and benefits during the 2007 season, according to USC athletic director Mike Garrett.
The IRS and members of U.S. Attorney's office have launched a joint investigation into "possible income tax evasion and fraud arising from the misuse of charitable organization funds," according to an attorney retained by Louis Johnson.
An investigation by "Outside the Lines" reveals a series of payments and perks made by agent representatives to basketball star O.J. Mayo dating back to his high school playing days and continuing through his year at USC.