A Kentucky jury will hear a case involving allegations of hazing at Eastern Kentucky University starting October 24.
The case revolves around one man’s story that he was beaten daily for nearly two months while attempting to pledge a fraternity at Eastern Kentucky. He was admitted to a hospital at the end of the ordeal and hospitalized for kidney failure. In addition, the hazing practices caused severe bruising. He says he has not yet fully recovered from his injuries.
The defense lawyers for the three men accused of the acts repeatedly questioned the victim’s willingness to submit to the level of punishment that has been alleged.
Until the investigation is over, the fraternity’s chapters at Eastern Kentucky University and the University of Kentucky have been suspended.
If you have been the victim of hazing, contact the Wausau hazing lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® at 1-800-248-0171 to discuss your situation and to determine your legal options.