Police: Penn State fraternity suspended after shocking photos discovered on “secret Facebook” page

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STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (WJAC) – A fraternity at Penn State University has been suspended after police discovered a secret Facebook page.

Authorities say a tip led them to information about two private Facebook pages that were allegedly created and run by members of the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity.

According to the search warrant, several members of the fraternity are accused of taking pictures of women, mostly nude while sleeping or passed out, and sharing those photos online.

The first Facebook page, “Covert Business Transactions” was shut down after a victim allegedly discovered it.

However, the search warrant claims a second page called “2.0” was created in its place.

Police say the photos featured women who had no idea they were being photographed.

“It appears they were passed out or sleeping,” said Lt. Keith Robb, with the State College Police Department.

During the investigation, police searched several computers, but say everything was already wiped clean.

Officers have now teamed up with the Penn State Office of Student Conduct and the IFC.

“In response to the discovery of the two Facebook pages allegedly hosted by Kappa Delta Rho, the chapter was immediately placed on full chapter suspension by Penn State’s Interfraternity Council,” a statement from the IFC said.

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