Penn State president: Nude photos could lead to expulsions
STATE COLLEGE, PA - Pennsylvania State University's president says some students could be expelled over the Facebook posting of photos of nude and partly nude women by a now-suspended fraternity.
Eric Barron described the webpage as "very sad" and "very offensive" Wednesday. He says the university is working with police to determine the number of offenders and victims and that those responsible will be held accountable for their actions.
Police say Kappa Delta Rho operated a private Facebook page on which members shared frat house pictures of the women, some of them asleep or passed out. They say so far they've identified at least two photographs that could lead to criminal charges.
National leaders of Kappa Delta Rho Tuesday suspended the Penn State chapter for a year and said it would be reorganized.
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