Friday, February 23, 2007

Zeta Psi Admits To Breaking Rules at Wisconsin Party

Fraternity Leader Concedes Notorious Party Broke Rules

As reported by 27 News:

The executive chairman of the Wisconsin's Zeta Psi fraternity chapter told 27 News he did not believe a woman student at his fraternity could have been sexually assaulted during a December party of about 100 people at the fraternity house.

"There was no opportunity," senior Ari Metzger told 27 News. "I think we do a really good job of monitoring our guests."
He did say keg beer was served at the party, in violation of insurance rules applying to the fraternity.

In an exclusive 27 News interview, the woman, now 21 and out of school, said she felt ill the day after the party and uncertain of what might have happened there during significant periods of time. She said she went to Meriter Hospital for tests, and said a rape examination determined she had injuries consistent with sexual assault.

Meztger said he knows the woman and saw her frequently at the party. He said she appeared very intoxicated. "From the time I realized she was intoxicated to the point that she might pose a danger to herself, I didn't leave her side for the rest of the night."

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