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Princeton Police Investigated Allegations Against Tiger Inn Bouncers

Exterior view of the Tiger Inn on the Princeton University campus, Princeton, New Jersey, October 31, 2011. One of ten campus
Exterior view of the Tiger Inn on the Princeton University campus, Princeton, New Jersey, October 31, 2011. One of ten campus 'eating clubs,' it traditionally offers both dining and social activities to the University's students. (Photo by Oliver Morris/Getty Images)

The Princeton Police Department launched an investigation into allegations that the security officers at Tiger Inn engaged in “ongoing inappropriate sexual behavior,” according to a police report obtained by The Daily Princetonian on Dec. 18.

The investigation was prompted by an anonymous letter sent to police in mid November, which alleged that the current bouncers had distributed a sexual photo of a former University student among themselves and “continue to violate female students by groping them (rubbing their butt) at the front door.”

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