Multiple students at a New Jersey high school have been criminally charged over a series of alleged hazing incidents in the football team’s locker room, prosecutors said Monday.
The Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office said the “juvenile defendants” are facing charges including hazing, criminal sexual contact and false imprisonment over the purported attacks at Wall Township High School last September and October.
Prosecutors didn’t detail the accusations. But the high school was reportedly investigating claims in November that a sophomore football player was pinned to the floor of the locker room and hazed with a broomstick as he screamed for help.
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