This Pennsylvania State University Frat's Secret Facebook Page Is Allegedly Filled With Illicit Images Of Nude Women, Drug Deals, & Hazing Rituals
Another day, another Fraternity caught doing something awful…
A Pennsylvania State University frat is currently under a police investigation and was suspended for a year on Tuesday for allegedly running a secret, members-only Facebook page.
The social media page in question allegedly shows women in states of undress, some drug deals, and even hazing rituals.
The Penn State frat under suspicion? Kappa Delta Rho. According to a search warrant, a former member came forward to let authorities know about the private page filled with the potentially illegal images.
After a Facebook page entitled "Covert Business Operations" was taken down last year, another page with the name of "2.0" came into existence, and allegedly displayed photos of "nude females who appeared to be passed out … or in other sexual or embarrassing positions," and sales of marijuana, ADD medication, and cocaine, according to the warrant.
The State College Police Department is looking to investigate further, and have asked for any other victims to come forward.
Additionally, no arrests have been made thus far.
Can frats just clean up their acts for once?!
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