Liu, Estate of Chun “Michael” Deng vs. Pi Delta Psi Fraternity and Individual Defendants
Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas, Monroe County, Case No. 3028CV2015
Michael Deng, a freshman at Baruch College in Manhattan, was pledging to Pi Delta Psi. He died during a December 2013 fraternity retreat in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania, during which he was hazed as part of a violent ritual known as the “glass ceiling.”
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