A sorority at Fort Valley State University is being investigated for involvement in a possible sex ring operated by a university employee to pay for initiation fees.
Alicia Johnson, who is a student graduate level advisor, is being accused of operating the sex ring and the target of the investigation, according to an Atlanta based magazine Rolled Out.
According to the report, Johnson resigned her position in April amid the allegations of sexual misconduct and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is investigating the allegations as reported in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Johnson’s attorney contends that his client was not “pimping out” the sorority members of Alpha Kapa Alpha. The investigation started with two different complaints as reported by the University System of Georgia’s statement to the Washington Post.