Sex assaults reported at Wake Forest frat under scrutiny
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — Two reports of a sexual assault have been filed in connection with a fraternity under interim suspension at Wake Forest University.
News outlets report the university announced last week Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity’s Psi Delta chapter had been moved from deferred suspension to interim suspension following a report of an unregistered party at the chapter house Sept. 1. Since that report, the university has received additional information about unregistered parties, and received two separate reports about sexual assaults on Sept. 14 at the house.
University police don’t know if the anonymous reports are about the same incident or two separate incidents. Per the Clery Act, the university community was notified of the sex assault reports Sept. 17.
The chapter now faces a longer suspension or losing official recognition altogether.