Penn State University on Tuesday said it was withdrawing recognition from a fraternity for three years after members were accused of posting pictures they took of mostly undressed women onto private Facebook pages. Sims said instances of physical and emotionally abusive hazing were uncovered during the investigation, including boxing matches set up between pledges, in addition to drug use and sales within the fraternity. Sims said not all of the members were equally culpable for the activities. The fraternity was suspended as of March 3 after the images of the women, who were passed out or sleeping, were uploaded to the social media accounts. The pages had about members including students and alumni, according to media. Cases of racism, hazing, nude photos, vandalism and a death have rocked U.
Drugs, boxing, naked girls: Why Penn State withdrew recognition from frat
Penn State frat member defends photos of nude, unconscious women as “satire” - Vox
Penn State frat member defends photos of nude, unconscious women as “satire”
What's funny is that her real name is Courtney Cox but she changed it for porn because there is already a professional actress with that name. She made news by appearing in a porno wearing her ASU cheerleading outfit. I am highly offended Oh, I dunno, maybe her parents? Would you be proud of your daughter if she was making a living doing porn?
Some members of Kappa Delta Rho co-operating with investigation after women identify themselves from naked and semi-naked photos on site. The Kappa Delta Rho fraternity has been suspended for a year and is being ordered by its national office to reorganize. The Penn State president, Eric Barron, said the university had begun a wide review of the role of fraternities and sororities at the school. The police investigation became public last week after information about a search warrant was reported.