Conservative "Obama" filmmaker resigns from evangelical college over relationship with woman

The Associated Press
FILE- In this Feb. 1, 2007 file photo, Dinesh D'Souza presents his opening arguments for the debate over the College of William & Mary President Gene Nichol's decision to remove the cross from permanent display from the altar at Wren Chapel, in Williamsburg, Va. The conservative scholar behind a high-grossing documentary that condemns President Barack Obama is under investigation by the evangelical college he leads over a report he took a woman who is not his wife to an event on Christian values. (AP Photo/Daily Press, Heather S. Hughes)

NEW YORK, N.Y. - The conservative scholar behind a high-grossing film that condemns President Barack Obama has resigned as head of an evangelical college.

The King's College in New York announced Dinesh D'Souza's resignation Thursday. Its board had been meeting about the school president and his relationship with a woman who is not his wife.

The evangelical magazine WORLD reported that the long-married D'Souza was also engaged to the woman. WORLD reported that he brought the woman to a Christian values event last month and introduced her as his fiancee. D'Souza filed for divorce in California a few days after the conference.

D'Souza has denied any wrongdoing. He said he and his wife separated two years ago. He could not be immediately reached for comment Thursday.

D'Souza directed the anti-Obama documentary "2016: Obama's America'.'