U.Va. Seeking Felony Charges for Vandalism of Fraternity

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WHSV) -- Leaders with the University of Virginia are seeking felony charges against whoever is responsible for vandalizing the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house.

The vandals threw dangerous objects, including bottles and glass at a private home and the damage to the house may add up to more than $1,000.

The face of the fraternity house was destroyed following accusations published by Rolling Stone magazine made by a girl named "Jackie," who said she was raped by several members of the fraternity.

The student activist who led the vandalism attack said he does not have any regrets.

The fraternity house is still vacant following the attacks.