Complaint filed in Auburn fraternity student’s case

posted on:
January 26, 2009

author:
Associated Press

A lawsuit has been filed in the Circuit Court for Lee County, Alabama, on behalf of an Auburn University student who was injured at a campus fraternity house on Jan. 11.

The complaint was filed on behalf of Taylor G. Jones against Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, the Auburn chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alabama Alpha chapter, and a fraternity member, Zachary James Quillen.

The complaint alleges Taylor G. Jones was injured at the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity house on the campus of Auburn University when he was assaulted by Quillen. Jones was hospitalized as a result of his injuries. The complaint states the fraternity failed to provide proper and adequate security to ensure safety at a party at the fraternity house. The law firms of Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis & Miles, P.C. in Montgomery and McCollum, Crutchfield & Wilson, P.C., in Auburn, are representing Taylor and his family in the lawsuit.

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