Penn State student reports sexual assault involving Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity

Pennsylvania

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (WHTM) — Penn State police received a report Tuesday of a sexual assault that allegedly occurred at the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity, according to a Timely Warning released by the university.

The victim anonymously shared they were sexually assaulted by four unknown fraternity brothers.

The assault was said to have taken place on Jan. 15. and the report was filed 8:31 a.m. Tuesday through online submission to the university’s sexual assault reporting tool.

In a statement, the University said:

“State College Police are investigating this reported criminal matter. As Penn State always does when it receives allegations of this nature involving students, the University’s Office of Sexual Misconduct Prevention & Response is also investigating. Other appropriate offices have been notified and are involved in contacting fraternity leadership and the national organization for this fraternity to seek more information, as further action is contemplated. Penn State is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all students in our community and takes allegations of sexual misconduct seriously. Anyone with information about this alleged assault is urged to contact State College Police at 814-234-7150.”

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