Sorority And Fraternity Under Investigation After Near-Fatal Hazing Incident
The University of Connecticut chapters of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity are for an alleged hazing incident that left one female sophomore hospitalized. This comes days after an announcement from SAE nationals that the fraternity was banning hazing activities and pledging altogether.
Hillary Holt, the hospitalized student, spoke to NBC about the incident, saying "I could have been dead this morning if I did not end up at the hospital." She was transported with a blood alcohol content of three times the legal limit to drive (.08). Holt was taken to the off-campus SAE fraternity house, blindfolded, and told to "lay on the floor and sizzle like bacon, hold our ankles, jump up and down. If we did it right, we had to drink. If we did it wrong, we had to drink."
Holt's family has hired an attorney, despite the University of Connecticut's statement that it is "aware of these serious allegations and has started an internal investigation to determine whether any student or students may have violated the university's Code of Conduct." The Connecticut State Police has taken over the investigation and Kappa Kappa Gamma's nationals are also looking into the incident.
No word from SAE's headquarters yet.
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