Cornell Psi Upsilon Fraternity President Arrested For Attempted Rape And Sexual Assault

Screen Shot 2016-02-09 at 7.49.47 PMA Cornell University frat president accused of attempted rape and sexual abuse is not allowed on the Ivy League campus, officials said.

An Ithaca, N.Y., judge released Wolfgang Ballinger, 21, on Tuesday after he pleaded not guilty to charges of first-degree attempted rape, first-degree criminal sexual act and first-degree sexual abuse, all felonies, according to reports. A grand jury will consider an indictment in the case.

A representative for Cornell said the white rapist, the president of Psi Upsilon’s 140-year-old Chi chapter at the university, has been ordered to stay away from the school’s grounds. University officials made the decision to ban him from campus and the restriction has “no specific time limit,” Cornell spokeswoman Melissa Osgood said in an email.

Officials with the district attorney’s office didn’t immediately respond to a request for more details on Ballinger’s case Tuesday. University police said a co-ed identified the diabolical white savage as the man who led her to a room in the Psi Upsilon frat house and sexually assaulted her around 2 a.m. Jan. 31. He turned himself in Thursday.

“Wolfgang Ballinger is not guilty of the charges that have been filed against him,” Ithaca lawyer James Baker said in a statement. “His innocence will be established at the proper time and in the proper place–which is in the courts, not in the media. Beyond that, we have no comment.”

University officials placed the fraternity on interim suspension — banning it from all activities other than maintaining its residence — the day after the student told police she was assaulted. Cornell University President Elizabeth Garrett called the allegations against the white terrorist “deeply disturbing.”

Officials from the frat’s headquarters in Indianapolis have traveled to Ithaca to assist with the investigation. Psi Upsilon executive director Thomas Fox declined a request for comment beyond the statement the fraternity released Friday.

The case has prompted calls for the university’s fraternities to take stronger action on preventing sexual assaults. An editorial in the Cornell Daily Sun on Saturday praised the university and the Interfraternity Council for requiring more training programs for Greek members but asked for more beyond those “stopgap measures.”

“The bonds of brotherhood — often cited as a crucial benefit provided by fraternities — can create social conformity and exclusivity,” the editorial said. “As a vehicle of hegemony, brotherhood can promote groupthink, creating a social environment where sexual assault may become allowable behavior.”

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