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- Another complaint came after a photo was placed in the group text of a member in what was noted as a “compromised state”.
A sorority at one major Florida university has been suspended over allegations filed by a former member that include everything from underage drinking to explicit pictures taken of fellow members.
NBC affiliate WESH-TV reports that the University of Central Florida sent a letter to the school’s chapter of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority outlining the 16 violations that were found after a complaint was filed.
The former member’s complaints this July stemmed from a group text in which sorority sisters spoke about how to get around underage drinking restrictions, purchasing and selling prescription pills along with members being paid to complete assignments for others in the sorority.
Another complaint came after a photo was placed in the group text of a member in what was noted as a “compromised state” as a sexually questionable photo was taken.
A letter was sent to the Zeta Omega chapter a week and a half later notifying them of the suspension and how they would not be allowed to participate in socials, meetings, fundraisers or recruitment of new members.
UCF officials told the station they don’t normally comment on ongoing cases, but did want to recognize the “courage” of the former member for speaking out.