Coming forward

Women in Penn State frat nude photo scandal go to police


Some of the women who identified themselves in photos of them sleeping naked or semi-naked, which appeared on a secret Facebook page from the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity at Penn State, have gone to the police. Several fraternity members who were behind the page are co-operating with the ongoing criminal investigation, police reported. Last week, they issued a search warrant, targeting the Facebook page where current frat members and alumni were allegedly sharing photos, which featured photos of drug sales, hazing, and unsuspecting women who appeared to be passed out or sleeping and were partially naked. The fraternity has already been suspended for a year and Penn State president Eric Barron announced he had begun a wide review of the role of Greek life at the university. The revelations have caused large protests across the campus with students demanding that the school shut down the fraternity for good.

Read the full story at The Guardian.

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