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Seven New York college sorority members arrested in hazing incident

The campus of the University at Albany.

The campus of the University at Albany.  (AP Photo/Mike Groll)

Seven University at Albany sorority members were arrested after a noise led police to the discovery of the women allegedly hazing prospective pledges.

CBS New York reported Friday that police arrived at an off-campus sorority house and found four women being forced to eat mud and garbage. The sorority members also poured foul-smelling liquids onto the women, police said.

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One unidentified student told the station she dropped out of the ordeal because of the abuse.

“They would say like ‘you’re worthless,’ or ‘you’re a stupid (expletive).’ Some of us got stepped on and they’re all wearing heels,” she said.

The women arrested were ages 19 to 21.

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