Kappa Delta Rho was suspended for a year Tuesday after police began investigating the allegations. A former member at the university's flagship campus in State College tipped police off to the page, telling them in January that it had been used by members to share photos of "unsuspecting victims, drug sales and hazing," according to a copy of a police warrant obtained by The Associated Press. The ex-member also provided authorities with printouts from the page.
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Students and others demonstrate on the Penn State campus in support of women police say were depicted on Kappa Delta Rho fraternity's private Facebook pages, Friday, March 20, , in State College, Pa. Police are investigating allegations Kappa Delta Rho fraternity members used two secret Facebook pages to post photos of nude females, some of whom appeared to be sleeping or passed out, as well as posts relating to hazing or drug deals. Sign up now to get news, sports, deals and more delivered right to your inbox. Toggle navigation Menu. As featured on. PSU students to protest over frat nude photo postings.
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A Penn State fraternity has been suspended as authorities investigate two secret Facebook pages that allegedly show photos of nude women. Authorities allege members of the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity used the private Facebook pages to share photos of naked woman , including females who are passed out, sleeping and even vomiting, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported. Kappa Delta Rho has been suspended by Penn State's intrafraternity governing body and the national chapter. On its national website , Kappa Delta Rho credits itself for developing "educated gentlemen who promote human dignity, positive relationships among men, and moral excellence of the highest ideals. But if the allegations are true, that description would come into direct conflict with what authorities say was the use of online tools to violate the privacy of unsuspecting woman. Police in State College, where the university's main campus is located, say they first learned of the illicit sites when a former member of the fraternity reported the nude photos directly to law enforcement officials. The investigation was first reported by NBC-affiliate WJAC in Johnstown, which said police attempted to obtain evidence from computers but everything was "wiped clean. Police are looking into two pages, one called "Covert Business Transactions" and another titled "2. The first Facebook page was shut down after a victim saw it.
State College police Lt. Keith Robb said some of the women were able to identify themselves in screenshots taken from the page, and Penn State's Office of Student Conduct has helped students come forward in a way that makes them feel safe and comfortable, the Centre Daily Times reported late Wednesday. The Kappa Delta Rho fraternity has been suspended for a year and is being ordered by its national office to reorganize. Penn State President Eric Barron said the university has begun a wide review of the role fraternities and sororities play at the school. The police investigation became public last week after information about a search warrant was reported. The warrant targeted an invitation-only Facebook page run by the fraternity members that showed pictures of women, some apparently passed out or sleeping, nude or partially dressed, and screenshots of text messages discussing sex with the women, among other things. Police have said anyone who posted such pictures might be subject to criminal charges, including invasion of privacy. The investigation has prompted demonstrations on campus and outside the fraternity house. On Wednesday, protesters marched to the house and called for the school to shut down the fraternity permanently. Riffing on the school's call-and-response slogan of "We are