What we know: The Fort Valley State University sorority members allegedly participated in a sex ring to help pay their initiation fees.
- Alecia Johnson (pictured below), a university employee and graduate adviser to Fort Valley’s AKA chapter, is targeted in a criminal investigation, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
- Johnson, an AKA member and the university’s special events director, resigned in April amid allegations of sexual misconduct.
- Johnson’s attorney, Adrian Patrick, pushed back on allegations that she “pimped out” aspiring sorority members who needed funds to join the organization.
- The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is investigating potential employee misconduct, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
- Alpha Kappa Alpha denied the claims against the organization.
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