McNabb Middle School basketball players allege sexual assault

ABC 36 News
Montgomery County, Kentucky — In Montgomery County, a group of McNabb Middle School basketball players are back on the court after being suspended for three games for hazing younger players. Some parents think the punishment was not severe enough.

“No one should have to go through anything like this especially a 12 year old child. All they wanted to do was play basketball. They didn’t expect anything like this to happen,” 6th grade parent, Chandra Davis, said.
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Delta Tau Delta: Ohio University frat accused of hazing

An Ohio University fraternity and its members could be suspended or expelled following allegations that pledges were forced to drink large amounts of alcohol and were beaten.

Two students’ injuries required treatment at the Athens hospital while several others received minor injuries Thursday night at the Delta Tau Delta fraternity house, according to OU and Athens police.
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Drake frat banned for hazing; 2 others under investigation

KCCI 8 News
DES MOINES, Iowa — Members of the Drake University Phi Delta Theta chapter are learning they’re no longer a fraternity.

Two incidents in two weeks have two Drake fraternities in big trouble.
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Parents’ suit alleges hazing in Prairie View A&M student’s death

The Dallas Morning News
The parents of a Prairie View A&M University student who died last month have filed a lawsuit alleging that the death was the result of brutal fraternity hazing.

The lawsuit stems from the Oct. 20 death of Donnie Wade Jr. of Oak Cliff, a 20-year-old transfer student who collapsed during an early-morning exercise session near the university, northwest of Houston.
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Prairie A&M U: Parents say hazing killed their son

Courthouse News
DALLAS – A fraternity killed a freshman pledge by forcing him onto a bread and water diet while inflicting extreme exercise regimes on him in a hazing ritual, his parents claim in Dallas County Court. The Rev. Donnie and Katrina Wade seek punitive damages from Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity and Prairie A&M University.
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Penn State: Hazing claim under review; 2 frats can’t contact new members

By Caitlin Sellers
Penn State Collegian
The Interfraternity Council (IFC) suspended the new member education programs of Alpha Epsilon Pi and Pi Kappa Phi fraternities Monday in response to hazing allegations.

The fraternity members are not permitted to have any contact with their new members while the investigation is ongoing, IFC President Luke Pierce said.
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U. of Nebraska-Lincoln student gets probation for alcohol in hazing-related case

Associated Press
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – A 22-year-old University of Nebraska-Lincoln student involved in a fraternity hazing case has been sentenced to probation.

Ian Dimka had been found guilty of procuring and selling alcohol to a minor. On Friday Dimka was given 18 months of probation and ordered to perform about 250 hours of community service at a hospital.
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