Police Investigate ANOTHER Hazing Incident Involving FAMU’s Marching 100

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Authorities are investigating another possible case of hazing connected to Florida A&M University band.

The Tallahassee Police Department has opened an investigation into the alleged battery of 18-year-old Bria Shante Hunter.

The freshman clarinet player suffered a fractured thigh bone and damaged knee.

Probe: Police are investigating the alleged battery of 18-year-old Bria Shante Hunter (not pictured), a clarinet player in Florida A&M’s marching band

Hunter’s parents told Atlanta’s WXIA-TV on Tuesday that when their daughter returned to Georgia she couldn’t bend her legs.

Officer David Northway confirmed they are investigating whether the injuries came from hazing.

A police report states the alleged battery started September 15 and continued through November 7, shortly before drum major Robert Champion collapsed outside an Orlando hotel and died. Investigators have linked his death to hazing.

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  1. This is nothing but viciousness and those involved should be prosecuted. There is a difference between a simple whack and constant beating.

    • The problem is these people who do the hazing will never get it… This crap will never end because the cycle continues with each new class. They approach it with amnesia about what has gone on before them. I would not be surprised if next year we don’t hear of some stupid bunch of frat boys (mainly fraternities because girls seem to have A LITTLE more sense) going too far with some more insanity!! They all need to banned until maybe grad school. By then at least some of these knuckleheads will have flunked out or grown up

    • I stand corrected… The sororities seem to be worse from what my friends are telling me!! When will we learn!

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