Jerry Falwell Jr., one of Trump’s strongest supporters and the head of a major US evangelical college has quit his job amid allegations about his private life.
The Washington Post, the Associated Press and other US media reported his resignation on Monday, citing officials from the institution.
The influential evangelical initially denied he had left the role.
But after Liberty University announced Falwell Jr had resigned and then reversed his decision, he finally confirmed he had quit his job.
Jerry Falwell Jr took an indefinite leave of absence earlier this month after posting a photo of himself with trousers unzipped on Instagram.
Further scandals have since emerged, including from someone who claimed to have had a sexual relationship involving Mr Falwell Jr and his wife.
A vocal supporter of US President Donald Trump, Mr Falwell Jr took over at the college in 2007 after the death of his father, Jerry Falwell.
Mr Falwell Sr founded the university in the 1970s as well as the conservative Moral Majority movement.