REPORT: RHOP Star Juan Dixon is Fired as Head Coach of Coppin State Amid Lawsuit and Affair Allegations

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Coppin State Reportedly Fires RHOP Star Juan Dixon as Head Coach Amid Sexual Assault Lawsuit and Affair Drama

Juan Dixon was reportedly fired from his position as head coach at Coppin State.

The 44-year-old, who stars on Real Housewives of Potomac and was named in a lawsuit filed against the school, recently faced affair allegations as his wife Robyn Dixon claimed he was inappropriately communicating with another woman during the pandemic.

According to Robyn’s story, Juan paid for the woman’s hotel room when she visited from out of town, but nothing sexual took place.

The Housewife said he only did so because the woman lost her wallet. Many fans were unconvinced of the story, and Juan has since been a subject of social media outrage, as it allegedly occurred while he was planning his wedding to Robyn, the mother of his two children.

Per Stadium’s Jeff Goodman, Juan exited his position as head coach for Coppin State. According to, the reality star was fired.

Juan, who was formerly an All-American player and NBA player at Maryland, began leading the Eagles program before the 2017-2018 season.

Juan earned his largest number of victories during the 2019-2020 season with the team winning 11 games total. However, Coppin State’s 2020-2021 season was his most successful, as they tied for the MEAC North division title amid a cut-short season.

Juan’s success from the previous season carried over into the next, as the team finished 9-23 and lost in the title game. In December of last year, Juan was put in the spotlight after a former player sued Juan’s ex-employee. The player claimed he was manipulated by the assistant into sharing nude images before being extorted.

As of now, it’s unclear if Juan’s exit is related to the lawsuit or his wife’s hotel room story.

Juan was recently also named in a lawsuit against Coppin State University as a former basketball player alleged Juan failed to take action after he was sexually assaulted by an assistant coach.