A fraternity at Pennsylvania State University’s main campus has been suspended after a former member told the police about a private Facebook page set up to share photographs of unsuspecting nude women, the Associated Press reports. The former member of Kappa Delta Rho told the police that the page also contained photos of drug sales and hazing, according to a police warrant obtained by the AP.
The former member also told the police, who are investigating, that a second page was created last year after a woman who appeared on the first page, entitled “Covert Business Transactions,” complained about it.
A university spokeswoman, Lisa Powers, said the university was investigating the photos, which “are in direct violation of the standards and values of a recognized student organization and/or a fraternity at Penn State.” The university’s Interfraternity Council said the chapter would appear before the body for a conduct review. The national organization of Kappa Delta Rho suspended the chapter for the rest of this semester.