Florida A&M University released new details Monday about the investigation that Tallahassee police recently launched into another possible hazing involving music students.
The alleged hazing occurred last spring and involved members of the Kappa Kappa Psi band fraternity, FAMU President James Ammons told trustees of the historically black university in Tallahassee during a teleconference.
This morning's teleconference was held so Ammons could give trustees a weekly update on criminal investigations that are connected to the recent hazing death of marching band member Robert Champion and also on FAMU's ongoing response to the crisis.
FAMU's famous marching band has become the center of national attention since Champion died after a hazing attack following the Florida Classic football game in Orlando in November.
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