ATLANTA – A Georgia Tech fraternity that became infamous for a vulgar and controversial e-mail has been suspended for three years.
11Alive first reported on the so-called "rape bait" e-mail last October. That sparked a Georgia Tech investigation that found 14 pages of e-mails and minutes that are even more vulgar. Some of the e-mails were sent after the chapter was put on probation.
An e-mail from Georgia Tech's Office of Student Integrity informed Phi Kappa Tau that it is disbanded. They found the chapter responsible for numerous violations, including a "pattern of sexual violence" that suggests a "deep-rooted culture within the fraternity that is obscene, indecent, and endangers women".