It looks like another fraternity at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge is in trouble over alleged hazing.  CNN reports that the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity chapter there has been suspended and in currently being investigated for what the university calls "very serious" allegations.

The specific details about this incident weren't disclosed in the CNN report, but according to a letter sent to the chapter's president from LSU Associate Dean of Students Jonathan Sanders alleges that the violation took place fairly recently as it references "this fall."

According to officials at the university, the suspension has been levied against Pi Kappa Phi until the investigation can be concluded.

Pi Kappa Phi's national interim assistant executive director of communications, Victor Tran, released a statement on behalf of the fraternity stating that they would cooperate fully with any LSU official in order to complete the investigation.