PSU Frat suspended after secret Facebook pages discovered

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A Penn State fraternity is suspended after a police investigation discovers secret Facebook pages where pictures of women, mostly nude and either sleeping or passed out, were posted. There were also pictures of hazing and alleged drug transactions posted to the pages. According to court documents, a former member of Kappa Delta Rho told police about the secret pages. The first was called “Covert Business Transactions.” It was reportedly shut down when a victim discovered a topless picture of herself on a computer that a fraternity member had left logged in to the page. The victim threatened the fraternity and “Covert Business Transactions” was subsequently shut down.

However a new page was created, simply title “2.0.” Some of the pictures on this page were of nude females that appeared to be passed out or in sexual or embarrassing positions. It does not appear the victims were aware the pictures were being taken.

The tipster told police that the page is open by invitation only. Most of the names on the postings were nicknames.

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