Two players accused in a hazing scandal at Sayreville War Memorial High School in New Jersey have been cleared of all serious charges.
CBS 2 has learned that eight football coaches have been let go in connection with the Sayreville War Memorial High School football hazing scandal, in addition to the five coaches who were suspended.
Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey’s office has charged seven Sayreville varsity football players with sexually assaulting four younger teammates during several hazing rituals in the locker room. He talked exclusively to CBS 2 on Monday.
Six teens were arrested in Sayreville, New Jersey Friday evening – and a seventh was wanted by police – in connection with alleged intimidation and hazing on the Sayreville High School football team.
Gov. Chris Christie has expressed outrage at allegations of hazing and intimidation surrounding Sayreville High School’s football team.
Players from a New Jersey high school football team with a largely African-American makeup said members of another team taunted them racially before a game this past weekend.
A high school senior had been excited for the upcoming football season, but was told on a day before the first practice that he cannot play because he is too old at 19.
A New Jersey mother said a party at her house had started as an innocent affair for high school football players and cheerleaders.