Apartment Billboard Where Clemson Student Strangled With Bikini Draws Criticism

A billboard for the apartment complex where a Clemson University student was killed last year is being criticized for its suggestive images.

The billboard shows a woman in a spaghetti-strap shirt smiling, with the word "Reserved." A second photo shows a woman with a tattoo on her lower back, with the words, "Not so Reserved."

The complex is called The Reserve.

Officials said the billboard will be replaced soon.

The body of 20-year-old Tiffany Marie Souers was found in her apartment in May 2006. Police said a bikini top used to choke her was still around her neck.

Sheldon Porter with The Reserve said the billboard shows the apartments welcome all personality types.

Tracy Faith Clark directs a charity where Souers worked. Clark said the billboard is harmful to all female residents.