Princeton Eating Club Under Fire For Allegedly Distributing Photo Of Sex Act Gets Vandalised

The words “Rape Haven” were found spray painted on a Princeton University eating club that came under fire last week, student newspaper The Daily Princetonian reports.

That eating house, called the Tiger Inn, is currently under investigation for distributing a lewd photo that may be classified as sexual assault.

Below, The Daily Princetonian’s twitter account sent out a photo of the graffiti:

Local police began an investigation in early November into Tiger Inn after details of the alleged photo appeared on a local blog, Planet Princeton. The university was already looking into the claims, Planet Princeton reported.

Local news blog Planet Princeton has anonymous details about the alleged photo:

An intoxicated first-year female student at Princeton University allegedly began performing oral sex on a senior on the dance floor at the private eating club, and someone allegedly snapped a photo of the act.

An officer of the private eating club later allegedly distributed the photo to Tiger Inn members via email, some students claim.

However, the local Princeton police chief told The Trenton Times at the time that “no victim has been identified and no witnesses have come forward in the alleged Oct. 10 incident.” Without any confirmation of the photo or the alleged assault, it will be unlikely that the police can complete a full investigation.

Princeton was recently found to be in violation of the Department of Education’s Title IX guidelines for sexual assault.

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