Back in March, it was reported that police were investigating the Penn State chapter of the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity for “private Facebook pages where members posted photographs of nude, unconscious women, drug sales and hazing.” It wasn’t a good look. At the time, one of the main arguments for it being harmless fun was that, like, only 144 bros had access to it so no one even knew they had those pictures and stuff, bro. But… that’s a weak argument.
And it looks even weaker now, since the so-called “whistleblower” on this whole thing, former pledge James Vivenzio, has sued Penn State and Kappa Delta Rho. For their part, PSU fully denies any of these claims, but here they are, like the one where the frat allegedly stole pledges’ prescriptions and sold them, used their meal plans, and did the whole sexual assault thing:
There’s the one where they allegedly literally targeted and drugged freshmen so they could sexually assault them: Continue Reading