Bryan Kohberger is escorted to an extradition hearing at the Monroe County Courthouse in Stroudsburg

Days before suspect Bryan Kohberger was arrested for the fatal stabbings of four University of Idaho students, he was reportedly fired from his job as a teaching assistant.

According to a News Nation report, Kohberger was repeatedly reprimanded for his behavioral issues as a teaching assistant at Washington State University while he was enrolled as a criminology Ph.D. student.

Kohberger was given a letter of termination several days before he was arrested for the Idaho student murders at his family's home in Pennsylvania.

According to the termination letter, Kohberger was told he had a "sexist attitude toward women" and was rude to the females he interacted with at WSU.

Furthermore, the termination letter alleged Kohberger graded female students differently than male students.

The timeline of the letter revealed Kohberger had an altercation with a professor on Sep. 23, 2022, about a month into his teaching assistant job.

Ten days later, the two met to discuss "professional behavior." By Oct. 21, the professor sent an email informing Kohberger that he failed "to meet expectations" as a teaching assistant.

On Nov. 2, the two met to discuss an "improvement plan." Eleven days later, college students ​​Kaylee Goncalves, 21; Madison Mogen, 21; Ethan Chapin, 20; and Xana Kernodle, 20, were murdered at an off-campus home in Moscow, Idaho.

Kohberger then met with the professor on Dec. 7 to discuss the progress of the "improvement plan."

However, two days later, Kohberger got into a second altercation with the professor, and on Dec. 19, Kohberger was officially terminated by Washington State University.

Kohberger faces one count of felony burglary and four counts of first-degree murder. Kohberger is scheduled to return to court on June 26 after waiving his right to a speedy trial.