Creating private Facebook pages to share photos of hazing rituals, drug deals, and, worst of all, nudes of sleeping/passed out girls is not a good look. Penn State’s Kappa Delta Rho fraternity has been suspended for doing exactly that.
The State College Police Department obtained a search warrant to view two secret Facebook pages after receiving a tip.
It says several members of this fraternity are accused of taking pictures of women, mostly nude while sleeping or passed out, and sharing those photos online.
State College police said a tip came in informing them of two private Facebook pages created and run by members of the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity.
According to the search warrant, the first page “Covert Business Transactions” was shut down after a victim allegedly discovered it, but according to the search warrant, a second page titled “2.0” was made in its place.
Police said this is where members allegedly shared photos of drug sales, hazing and photos of unsuspecting victims – mostly women – partially naked.
“It appears they were passed out or sleeping,” said Lt. Keith Robb of the State College police.
Current members and alumni, about 150 in total, had access to the two pages.
It’s unclear which criminal charges, if any, members of the fraternity will face. However, Penn State’s Interfraternity Council has suspended the chapter while the investigation continues.
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