Camera Privacy: From Hulk Hogan To Kappa Kappa Gamma
Ryan Lapine The security camera had been installed in the chapter room of a Dallas sorority house to protect the young women living there. But after several of the sorority sisters danced in various stages of undress during what was supposed to be a private ritual, that camera was turned against them.
Those are the allegations of a $1 million lawsuit filed against Kappa Kappa Gamma by a sorority member at Southern Methodist University.
Before the Jan. 13 ritual, freshmen and seniors alike surrendered...
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