I have a tricky question. I am the boss and work in an athletic setting. I have an employee who I had had an attraction to and admitted it to her and we are working through it. There is no possibility because she is gay.I have approached her on numerous occasions about having relationships (romantic) with undergraduate students. I have some evidence that she is dating an ex-player from last season who is still an undergrad until December, and nether one has come out of the closet.My dilemma is that I have been through this before with an ex co-worker who was fired and I was promoted. My current assistant does a tremendous job and her personal life should be of no concern to mine. However, with the evidence that I do have, I am torn between confronting her again, which could lead to a lot of problems, since my evidence is not foolproof. The other problem is my other assistant (her best friend, and the potential love interest’s roommate) so I cannot get any information from her.Do I keep acting like there is nothing going on and wait for them to come to me, or do I confront both of them and potentially lose both of them? I feel that even if they come to me after the graduation date, when it is perfectly all right to date, that they have been lying to me, to protect themselves and me. Do I still have to address the issue with them and my boss, or is it all right? Personally, I feel that they are lying and should be dealt with; however, for the good of the team, it would devastate all of them, and they are the ones who in the long run, will be hurt by it.I don’t want to jump the gun in case they are just good friends. I am torn about this very much. All the people involved mean a lot to me (like little sisters) and I don’t want to hurt them. I have been praying for answers to help me figure out if they are an item or just good friends, and I keep getting mixed signs. If you can give me a little insight, I would appreciate it. Please email me back at your convenience. Thank you for your time.